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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WHKIY
Folume 44 Number 43
Miami, Florida Friday, October 22, 1971
Two Sections
Price 20 c
Senate Stalls
Bid For Jets
15-. Special Report
[NGTON Sen. J. W.
blocked an effort by
:.. ,i : K. Javits (R., N.Y.)
\iesds rce immediate Sen-
B!t, Co ration of a resolution
urging n sumption of shipments
|of F-l Phantom jets to Israel.
Tin- Arkansas Democrat,
chairman of the Foreign Rela-
tions Committee, said he was ob-
on procedural Grounds
ami also because "it is untime-
ly' to bring the measure up in
he miliille of delicate talks on
Ithc Middle Bast
The resolution, which has 78
omorti now will be put on
the Senate calendar. Sen. .lav-
Its Indicated he will bring it up
again liter, either by trying to
Ret unanimous consent or by
making a motion r..r its consid-
eration.
The Resolution, which was in-
troduced last week, was spon-
sored by 12 members of the Sen-
ate, including Florida's Sen. Ed-
ward Gurney. Sen. Lawton
Chiles was also one? of the sig-
natories. It was held at the Sen-
ate desk rather than being re-
ferred to a committee because
of uncertainty whether it should
go to the Foreign Relations or
Armed Services Committee.
B'nai B'rith Elects
Blumberg President
SEN. EDWARD GURNET
Two Buses
New Israel Bond Leaders Blown Up
?w strength has been added to the national leadership
Ihe Israel Bond Organization with tht election of eight
Istanding communal leaders to important campaign
p, us the 1971 campaign for the sale of $300 million
3nds reaches peak activity. Shown above (top row,
|o right) Raymond G. Perelman, of Philadelphia, co-
rman of the National Campaign Executive Commit-
|Dr. Seymour Alpert, of Washington, D.C., chairman
|e National Medical Division; (second row) William
Hdstein, of Milwaukee, chairman for the Central
p; Laurence M. Frank, of Atlanta, Regional chair-
for the Southeast; (third row) Bernard Garber, of
K Regional chairman for New England; Leonard
pne, of Philadelphia.National chairman of Trustees;
row> Sidney Lipshy, Dallas, who was reelected Re-
al chairman for the Southwest, and Robert H. Smith,
[ashington, D.C., newly-appointed Regional chair-
Tfor Israel Bonds in the MidAtlantic States.
In Israel
Arab-Israeli tensions would
lessen greatly and real chances
for a political solution in the area
would be possible if the Soviet
Union would desist from foment-
ing unrest for its own expan-
sionary purposes. Gen. Chaim
Herzog, former Chief of Israeli
Intelligence who now serves as
president of ORT-Israel told
some 2,000 delegates, guests and
friends attending the opening ses-
sion of the 21st biennial national
convention of Women's Amer-
ican ORT in Hollywood this
week.
General Hcrzog's audience in-
cluded Gov. Askew's representa-
tive, Richard Pallot; the Mayors
of Miami. Miami Beach, Dade
County and Hollywood; voca-
tional educators from the area
ami top echelon ORT personnel
from Switzerland, France. Iran,
Israel and Latin America. The
delegates represented nearly 100
thousand members of Women's
American ORT in 720 chapters
Prom coast to coast.
The Soviet Union is pouring
its most sophisticated weaponry
into Egypt, an arsenal of arms
that makes the presence of Rus-
sian troops to maintain and use
them necessary. Gen. Herzog
told the assembly. Russian pol-
icy, he continued, is to "keep the
pot boiling" so that the Soviet
presence Will be needed. Nobody
in the Middle Bast, he said, needs
the Russians in time of peace
the U.S. has far more to offer.
General Herzoij. who heads the
largest single ORT program in
the world which enrolls over 40
thousand Israeli students each
year, said that "the Arab war of
attrition his been beaten" and
that the collapse of the Arab
terrorist movement has had a
profound psychological effect in
Arab world.
Pointing out that Israeli co-
existence with a million and a
quarter Arabs now within the
Israeli sphere has made excel-
lent progress, he added that over
100 thousand Arab tourists had
visited Israel last year and spent
15 million dollars while there.
"Co-existence is possible," Gen.
Herzog asserted, "it is working
and it would succeed Increas-
ingly both within Israel and
across the borders were it not for
the nefarious machinations of
the Soviet Union."
By Special Rc|tort
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. For
the third consecutive time, B'nai
B'rith has chosen a Southerner
as head of its 500,000-mcmber
constituency.
During the Jewish service or-
ganization's triennial convention
here, David M. Blumberg, 60. a
Knoxville. Tenn., city council-
man, won an uncontested elec-
tion to become its international
president.
The 19th president In the 128-
year history of B'nai B'rith, Mr.
Blumberg, who will serve three
years In one of the most Influ-
ential posts in the Jewish com-
munity, succeeds Dr. William A.
Wexler of Savannah, Ga., whose
two-year term ended at the
close of the convention.
Mr. Blumberg. a life insurance
executive and former president
of the National Association of
Life Underwriters, has been ac-
tive in the organization's affairs
for 32 years and is completing
his sixth year as one of its 14
international vice presidents. He
has headed the fund campaigns
that raised $20 million for B'nai
B'rith's teen and college-age
youth programs for the past
three years.
The 1,200 delegates attending
the conference also elected 55
members of its international
board of governors, including 14
vice presidents, and adopted
resolutions calling for stricter
control of guns and other weap-
ons, criticizing the State De-
partment's Mideast efforts, and
calling on the Nixon Adminis-
tration to consider a program of
"lend-lease" military assistance
to Israel.
In one of the early sessions, a
DAVID M. BLUMBERG
leading expert on Soviet affairs.
Dr. Maurice FrieUberg of thei
Russian and East European In-
stitute at Indiana University,
barged that the Soviet Union
had falsified Jewish population
figures in the 1970 census.
Among those addressing the
c< nvt ntion delegates was Gov.
Milton J. Shapp of Pennsyl-
vania, who deleared that anti-
Semitism is dying in American
politics," and cited his own po-
litical career as evidence. Being
a Jew. he said, was a positive
factor in his 500.000 vote vis-
tory last year, the governor said.
Is America Doomed?
By MAX LERNER
(EDITORS NOTE: This ts the
third in a series of five articles by
columnist Max Lamer. In this ar-
ticle he discusses the deadly paral-
lel of Inner decadence of the Amer-
ican civilization anil the Koman
Empire).
PART III
The American-Rome Parallel
THERE ARE thoughtful stu-
dents of American civiliza-
tion who feel that the dangers of
outer ;ii's and the juTogance
of power are exceeded by the
danger of inner violence and
decay.
Uppermost in their minds is
the deadly parallel of the Ro-
man Empire and the present
American society. The parallel
runs partly in terms of the far-
Hung imperium. fatally weaken-
ing in each case under the on-
slaught of the "barbarians" (to-
day read the "Communists"*.
But mainly it runs in terms of
the inner decadence of the two
civilizations: the internal strife
and violence, the decay of re-
publican institutions, the sensu-
ality and dissoluteness of morals
the turning to cults in search of
strange gods and new religions
and the failure of nerve in con-
fronting challenges.
COME OF THE historians of
civilizations (Spengler, So-
rokin, Toynbee i have drawn the
parallel in grand, sweeping
terms, each using a special vo-
cabulary to say that this is
what happens to every civiliza-
tion at a certain stage. Spangles
was used by the Nazis to bolster
their brand of dealing with de-
cadence, by dehumanized bru-
tality. Sorokin turned to the
study of altruism as a refuge.
Toynbee looks to a revival of
Christianity.
More recently Herman Kahn,
looking toward the year 2000,
has taken over Sorokin's categor- /
ies of "Scnsate" and "Late Sen-
sate" cultures, and in studying
American culture, fine arts,
value systems and "systems of
truth," he has drawn some
striking parallels between Late
Scnsate America of today and
the Roman Empire of the trou-
bled Third Century A.D., along
(Continued on Page 1S-A)



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vJewist ftcrktiar
Friday. October 22, lty
Beth Torah Honoring j Rabbi Landau
r,.,, 'Preside At Oct. 25
Mr. and Mrs. Ziffer iSERRA Conference
The State of Israel Shalom
.Asv^rd.^vjll be.com/iyneji.upqfiMr-
Brtl Mrs. EwaW Ziffer at the an-
MK. and MRS. DAVID ZlfFEK
r." il Be'h Torah-Iarael Dinner of
Stale, aaeor&ng to Dr. Max A.
1.:; i'/.. tpirttu ij '- "! r <;:' th
ffOBregaiion, an.l M'. haei L'.ivak,
i : ot the Israel Bjmi O.gi-
I :/..' I. '[".'' dim :' H 111 be h II
B itunday, Nov. 6, at the Font: !ne-
bleeu Hotel.
In announcing the award to Mr
erd Mis. Z. .er. Dr. I/psc'iitz
"We tre i I g itift d thai M
p.rt*. *r Z f< : be 'n chosen
tor i ..- high honor. Their
11 fen !. Beth Torah in I I u
corru tunH) is a pride to all of i>."
Mr. ZTor has been active in th~
leadership of Beth Torah for i
uinilKT ,ojt.>'t.-axj>, having served at
arious times as trustee, financial
secretary, treasurer and president.
Mis. Ziffer has served as president
of the Beth Tocah Sistorho.xl.
Torah Furd chairman, chairman
of the camp cc-nmittee. and presi-
dent o. the P.T.A. She is also ac-
tive m Hadassah. the National
Council of Jewish Women. ORT
and the Women's Division of Israel
Bond;. Mr. and Mrs. Ziffer are the
parents of two child en Mrs.
Kenneth Green ard Mark Daniel
Ziffer.
The dinner committee is head d
by Dr Lipschttz, Milton Hornstein
and Irving Newman, honorary
chairmen; Dr. Joel B. Dernis.
chairman: Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Sch.'ilxr. chairmen of the om-
m ttee of patron hosts; Dr. Abra-
ham Cohen. Mortis Goldfarb, Sam-
uel Fox and David Egozi. trustees
:f Is: .1:!. an.1 Abe Schorr, president
cf the M.'ii's Ch*b.
A ;.i' i event ia bo:n plerattd
aItl "' t inmei I and music for
tinner and dancing by the Lenny
Dawson Society Orchestra Dr. D n-
nis re] > i.d. The dinner at 7:30
vm'1 foil a b i .en o'clock cham-
pagne reception.
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Tuesday with Rabbi Dov ItaMtJ
Elkir ; <;f tho host city serving as
j conforenc? chairman.
Ratl>i Sol Landau of Miami's
B<'th David Congregation, presi-
jdent of tile S'utheast Region Rafo-
>iiricil Assembly of America, uil!
! pies
Th" conclave wi'l c-wiskW es-
jtaWT'sing a "circuit riding" rab-
' iflfeaaJ serv'c? fo- small congroga-
j'ior-s in the region w'Ltliw*. rab-
l blnical leadership.
Other paints to be considered in-
clude adoption of the Osnasrvo
tive conrregatcn in Tel Aviv f >r
support, planning of ntgulnr vis'tc
n .1 -wit/6 students at Southeastern
college campuses aid ad.iitlin.'
j funding and development of He-
' brew day schools in the region.
Amos Eiran Guest
Amos Eiran, Counsellor for Po-
litical Affairs at the Israel Em-
bassy in Washington, D.C. and a
polities) and military analyst, will
give a first hand report on Uv sit-
uation in Israel, at the firs! annual
riveting of the Jewish National
Fund, which will he held in the
Lafayette Room of the Fonlaii;?-
bloau Hotel, Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Pans and programs for the an-
nual dinner to be held Dec. 12 at
the Eontalncbleau Hotel will b.
discussed.
Mr. Eiran was bom in T.I Aviv,
Israel in 1836. He attended the
Hebrew University there and com-
pleted his graduate studies in the
Urited States.
Mr. Eiran served with the Israel
military forces as Command"- of
At J.N.F. Meeting
the Armored Units, and after
o'oting his tour of duty, k^*
,-j -inted to serve in the b?
Embassy in WashSngt in rxc q.
of his dries on tV pA ^ '
H the United States, ..J
tain contact with the Us. o.^l
Mayor Jay Dernier. ,;!Vs^
will extend greetings; a-,no Len7
opraDj. will 11 g-i. .. | _..'"'
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Alan King Honored
Alan Kir- who has | uighed hi
way into the hearts of n llions n
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Page 3-A
Mount Sinai Annual Report
A 'Blueprint For Tomorrow'
0|

Mount Sinai Hospital of Greater
[iamS r. c-ntly pdblMifi] its an-
lau uai report for the year of 1970.
Plie report, whleh presents the
.|S ii< ps, and developing plans
f (l,P i .lal. Ls contained in a
icunieni entitled "Kueprint for
ii'Hiii.-."
A blueprint is more than sim-
I plans UKd by an archi-
the nnual report begins. "It
also ned as a 'program of
eiinn.' the year 1970 at Mount
in,: H" ral saw development of
'Hiu-1 nt for Tomorrow' in
aAuth ol these areas as architects
:-. ograms of action mov-
d ahead.'
Tli M nit Sinai Blueprint for
is baser! on the formula
Hospital is People, a
ico, Systems and a Timetable,"
facials ,y. Prime concern has
ways n patient care, and as
Iou.-ii S rial has grown since 1943
vim 55 I ds to 6<>3 beds and 44
iassinets, it h:is maintained pe-
as its highest priority.
As the Hospital has grown over
he years, so have its patient serv-
es] and surgical special-
ly. irch and teaching pro-
According to the report,
970 .- 22.022 patients admitted
i.l rved by Mount Sinai's over
,000 employees. Chiefs of staff
for their national and in-
onal professional knowledge
nd e\; .nee continue to be
ld< ere additional high cali-
bers of Mount Sinai's at-
neling mi dical staff.
To tinue offering the best in
e to the community, the
lount Sii ai physical facility has
so c .t.r.ued to grow. Max Oro-
Itz, chairman of the board of
ustees said "Approximately 14
"i- :<>. many of us finalized
ans for what we refer to today
i the M mi Building.' It was a
ig decision at that time to con-
i 40 -bed hospital. The past
placed demands on
i progressive ir.stitu-
on which our bear:! of trustees
sly considered and met.
ulminating in our 'construction
V .. ,i 1970," he declared.
D 1970, ground was broken
(or the Maribel Blum Building
^hich w..; provide 143 new beds
km! highly sophisticated facilities
tor the treatment of acute illness.
nd building will house the
i quartan of the Orovitz
' Pavilion, a new and
| iology Complex, and the
lal Cyclotron Complex.
1 n will be the fifth such
I -e in the medical world.
nd nil be tne most powerful ever
uilt for m dical purposes.
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The Ascher Building housing the
Mount Sinai-Miami Dade Junior
College programs of Allied Hearth
Career instruction, which was be-
gun in 1970,.' recently opened its
doors to its first students. Also
under construction Ls the Energy
Center which will provide cooling
and heating for all of Mount
Sinai's buildings.
The "system" is that Mount Sinai
is comprised of 34 close working
departments, it was explained.
Whether the service involved is
one of the 7.114 operations per-
lormed by surgical teams, or the
preparation of 680,967 meals, each
of the Hospital departments plays
an important part in producing
total patient care.
The "timetable'" is what con-
trols the unfolding of the pattern
of progress. It is the carefully con-
sidered and deliberate execution
of the Blueprint, in which the ad-
ministration and the board of
trustees evaluate each movement
and expenditure by which excel-
lence in patient care can be main-
tained and expanded.
Samuel Gartner, executive vice
president, pulled all the elements
of the Mourt Sinai formula and
"Blueprint for Tomorrow" to-
gether in the 1970 annual reoort.
Of 4 the role of Mount Sinai in the
Community, lie wrote: V
"The fulfillment of our mutual
goal'ts" ro"provide this community
and its thousands of visitors from
all over the world with the health
sophistication of a Medical Center,
and at the same time, continue to
provide all who come to us with
I lie warmth and understanding so
vitally needed as a basic requisite
for eocd patient care."
Harvey Ruvin To Head Committee
Harvey Ruvin. former Mayor of
North Bay Village, will serve as
chairman of the Environmental
Crimes Advisory Committee creat-
ed by the State Attorney's office
in conjunction with its newly
formed Environmental Crimes Di-
vision, it has been announced.
The Committee's function will
fairs chairman of the Tropical Au-
dubon Society.
-
Jewish Labor Committee's
1971 Biennial Conference
Among those participating in
the Jewish Labor Committee's Oct.
29-31 biennial convention in New
York will be Max Gleiberman, exec-
be to provide afwwtaitce--to'-tho -cftive director of the Jewish LaW
Division by giving direction for
prosecution and assisting in draft-
ing new legislation where needed.
Mr. Ruvir, a graduate engineer
and practicing attorney who is ac-
tively involved in environmental
reform, also serves as Urban Al-
Committee ot Greater Miami
During the final business session
on Sunday the national executive
committee and officers will be
elected, and Bayard Rustin, execu-
tive director of the A. Philip Ran-
dolph Institute, will speak on "The
Ui ban Crisis."
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Volume 44
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3HESHVAN
Number 43
The Way Out Of The Deadlock
The financial problems of the United Nations seem
minor compared with the effects of the general debate
which has ground on interminably as the traditional open-
ing of the General Assembly. The 150 statements of the
nations involved has been as unreal as they are boring
and leave little hope that the assembled "statesmen" have
either the capacity or the desire to settle anything.
With rare exception, every speaker has touched upon
the problems of the Middle East with either a lack of under-
standing of those problems or a cynical disregard of the
facts. Russia's Andrei Gromyko continues to accuse Israel
of aggression and, as Abba Eban pointed out, "One of the
few things that all members of the U.N. have in common is
the ability to discuss each other's imperfections."
From the Foreign Minister of one of our neighbors to
the south, Ecuador, came the only glimmer of truth thus
far. The way out of the deadlock, he said bluntly, is for the
parries concerned to hold direct conversations "as equal to
equal." As the New York Times put it so well, in a year
when Americans have been talking to the mainland Chi-
nese, when the West and East Germans are talking, when
even the divided Koreans are moving toward meetings, it
should not "overstrain the ingenuity of the new Egyptian
diplomacy" to explore the idea of an "equal to equal" con-
frontation with the Israelis in discreet private confrontation.
The China question has now taken the spotlight at the
United Nations but the Middle East issue, subdued for the
present, will not fade away, either at this session or, as can
be predicted, for many more to come.
Behind the scenes, it is evident, the campaign of dip-
lomatic pressure will continue, not the least of it coming
from the State Department in statements from Secretary
Rogers and others which are a cause for concern. The
latest Rogers plan contains at least one major shift the
direct linking of an interim agreement on the Suez Canal
with a final agreement (the Egyptian view) based on Is-
rael's total withdrawal from the Sinai and the Gaza Strip.
The guarantees offered Israel by the United States are
important, but they cannot be a substitute for defensible
borders or a complete ban on any troops stationed in the
Sinai, either Israeli or Egyptian. We had thought our State
Department understood this, but apparently when it comes
to Arab interests its policy is subject to change without
notice.
Close Association Emphasized
The close association Greater Miami Jewry has had
with Israel, dating back to the underground struggle for
independence, was emphasized again with the announce-
ment of the relationship that has been developed between
Mount Sinai Hospital and the Chaim Sheba Medical Center
of Tel Aviv.
An agreement to exchange medical personnel and
research information has been reached, and it is the first
of its kind to be made in the United States. The expansion
of knowledge will benefit both institutions and the people
they serve, Jews and non-Jews alike in both countries.
BG Has EarnedTpiace In History
Perhaps the best measure of Israel's affection for its
first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion, is that it will devote
the next 10 weeks to the celebration of his 85th birthday
which, according to the Hebrew date, has already passed.
Since thousands of words have been written here about
this magnificent leader of the Jewish people, it will serve
no purpose to be repetitious. We join with millions who
share with us the wish that his life be as lengthy as that
of another great Jewish leader of liberation. In his time,
Ben-Gurion indeed was a modern Moses and he has
earned an indelible place in the history of the Jewish
people.
MATTER OF FACT

by JOSEPH AISOP
KUWAIT If a mad Treas-
ury official left several billion
dollars in currency with no pro-
tection at all in the middle of a
public street, you would expect
someone to grab for it. That will
soon be the situation of the Per-
sian Gulf where the British are
departing to leave behind a total
vacuum of power.
Hence it is rather vividly in-
teresting thit vou can already
see signs of the Soviets getting
ready to grab for this richest
area on earth, soon to be wholly
undefended with all its ines-
timable strategic importance.
They are tenuous signs as yet.
But they are well worth think-
ing about.
IX ORDER to see the signs
you have to begin by asking
vo'irself what has been the ob-
CVENHAN0&?
-OI7V
One of the more interesting
and exciting aspects of the
revived interest in Jewish educa-
tion is that it would appear to
be a truly grass-roots movement.
In another context, it was our
young people who let us know
that if we were not part of the
solution then we. indeed, were
part of the problem.
Well, as the evidence is clear
close at home, on the University
of Miami campus in recent
months, the college students
whose attitude toward Jewish
life we were bemoaning only a
short time ago, have demanded
to be pan of the solution. Pres-
sure to establish a Jewish studies
program on the U-M campus is,
of course, only part of the solu-
tion to the problem but it is a
clear indication of the way the
Jewish educational wind is blow-
ing.
THE CAMPUS is an area of
sailing emphasis. In the 1950-s.
partially in response to McCar-
thyism. the students cared for
little and one Jewish social com-
mentator labeled the period as
the '"generation of the shlep."
The fiO's. thanks in part to the
inspiration of the Kennedys and
the black movement, saw a shift
to involvement in the problems
of American life.
For Jewish students this in-
volvement was with the Vi, -
nam war and the racial crisis.
r>ce-m^anied often with opofl
hostility toward Israel by the
more radical ones who saw the
sfl State n capitalist op;
sors in the imago of their h
America. But, beginning with the
Six-Day War. the shift toward a
positive Jewish view b
There is still distrust of the "es-
tablishment" but there is com-
mitment to Jewishness that has
pushed that very same establish-
ment to a recognition of its re-
sponsibility in the field of Jew-
ish education at all levels.
WHAT IS significant about
the college movement, is that
these students are concerned
with living Jewish lives and are
angry with the establishment
because they believe it to be
dominated by assimilationist
Jewa more concerned with inter-
faith work than in educating
their children Jewishly.
Some have undertaken urique
projects which have led to inter-
esting results, as reported. At
the University of California at
Santa Cruz, for instance, a group
of non-religious radicals decided
to study the Talmud on Saturday
as an intellectual enterprise.
From this came a request from
29 of them to be permitted by
the university to spend six
months on a kibbutz in Israel
for which they received a full
semester of credit.
IT SHOULD he noted that
while most of these grout* are
pro-Israel and even part of the
Zionist movement, others
negative about their pcrttion on
1; jel or. at most, lukewarm
Such groups aa Jews for Urban
Justice seek to i .
immunity Edbng \ ...
lines their primary
:..;. ; with r,,..,. ..,,
| l,:;' Uon and the .1
the lefl
ject of the really enormous So.
viet investments in Egypt and
the other Arab client stales |q
the last decade. The air-
surely,
has not been to secure justice
for the Arabs against the Israelis.
No one can be fool enough to
suppose that the masti >rs of the
Kremlin give a snap of their fin.
gers for the Arabs.
Yet the Soviet investments
have been truly staggering
1.000 tanks for Egypt alone be-
fore the Six-Day War. for in-
stance, and then another 2,000
tanks when the first thousand
were lost in 1967. So what has
been the aim?
THE ANSWER is ble My sim-
ple. The only rational aim has
been to use the bin.: Arab-
Israeli conflict to make the So.
viet Union the unique big power
in the Middle East. Initially, the
only practical way to attain this
aim was to support the Arabs
against Israel and to cast the
Western nations, and especially
the United States, in the role
of defenders of the hated Israeli*
Despite the cruel setback of
the Six-Day War, the tactic of
supporting the Arabs against
the Israelis was vigorously pur-
sued by the Soviets without re-
gard to cost until about a year
ago. But a series of events then
seem to have caused the Krem-
lin's planners to take a new look.
FIRST OF all, despite moun-
tains of brand-new Soviet weap-
ons Egypt's Gamal Abdel N isser
was roundly defeated when he
began his "war of attrition." In
September, 1970, the S
armored forces also attacked
across the Jordan border a/ith
(Continued on Pafie 9-A)
COMMENT
by EDWARD COHEN
There is a growing Jew
derground" press on a
of the large campuses
stated before, with -\ p
establishment-disturbing w o:'
the future of life for t; Jew 'n
America.
In many ways, the sti gle of
the students on the Ui 'rsity
of Miami campus to haw the
Jewish studies program adopted,
must not be theirs al no. It
represents a challenge to a Jew-
ish community which has con-
tributed much in suppoi of the
local university. The demand of
the students must stand >n "s
own merits, of course, t. it that
it has a good deal of merit can-
not be denied.
The growth of progi :,1S *
Jewish studies in American col-
leges and universities, is cited
in a recent report of the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Founda- ". M-
questionably constitute- a de-
vekpment of great si.-r ificaia*
to Jewish life. Twenty-five yean
ago Judaic studies wen? tnaA
in just a few of the larger uni-
versities while today close to
150 now offer such credit C ursei
With the large Jewish student
body enrolled at the University
of Miami, in an area that con-
tains one of the largest
population in the i '' 'j
w >uld seem to be high time that
the program urged by i sU1"
I pted by t
adnrni-tratHjn. I!
a problem of Jewish educ
all of u- r iv ^"
be part of the solution would
an m mission that w<
pan d to continue at
problem.


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Friday. October 22. 1971
national RESTAURANT month
A warm welcome, particularly MMB| food and courteous service are'
on tap for diners this month as the foodservice industry celebrates National
Restaurant Month. Theme of October's program of the National Restaurant
Association is "WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE HERE."
The campaign slogan is a major part of the association's continuing, na-
tionwide effort to improve hospitality and courtesy in restaurants and other
Ioodservice establishments.
Those firms listed on these pages are taking the lead in intensifying their
efforts to be especially pleasant. They promise unusual service and food as
the "eating out" drive of the 46 billion dollar industry offers to side track dull
routine cooking and washing dishes and to substitute the fun of eating
out.
With cafeterias, drive-ins. coffee shops, restaurants and gourmet dinner
houses sharina in the "WE'RE GLAD YOU'RE HERE" effort, the 52-year-old
National Restaurant Association has launched its most successful promotion
effort in history.
South Florida's restaurant industry is one of the most important in the total
economy, and many of the dining places here again have cuptured top honors
from magazines, newspapers and most important from the general
public for the quality of their food and service.
With 3.4 million employees, the foodservice industry including hospital,
school and in-plant feeding ranks fourth in the country in retail sales.
October is a good month to test the hospitality climate in a restaurant of
your choice.
:
I'll I MM1 II I IIHIM 4.11 THE COl RTESY OF THE I Ol I OWIX, HIM %l RA>TS
A and J ITALIAN RESTAURANT
3751 N.W. 167th Street
Opa Locka 621-9253
ANTHONY'S PIZZERIA
9770 S.W. 8th Street, Miami 223-9225
ALGIERS RESTAURANT SANDWICH SHOP
2555 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 538-1732
ARBY'S RESTAURANT
1290 N.E. 125th Street, N. Miami 891-1231
ARMANDO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
1201 S.W. 22nd Street, Miami 854-4717
ASTI'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
468 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
(Enlarged Dining Room) 534-2470
BAHAMA STEAK HOUSE
3890 N.W. 36th Street, Miami 634-8001
BARNABY'S RESTAURANT
1500 West 49th Street, Hialeah 823-2330
BAYSHORE INN RESTAURANT
2562 South Bayhore Drive, Miami 448-6257
BEN'S DELICATESSEN AND RESTAURANT
1067 95th Street, Bay Harbor Isle 865-5051
BILL MILLER COCKTAIL LOUNGE and
STEAK HOUSE
3590 N.W. 79th Street, Miami 691-9899
BISCAYNE CAFETERIA
9900 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores 758-5212
1917 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 379-6873
BUCK CAESAR'S FORGE
6701 S.W. 152nd Street, Miami 233-5541
BONFIRE RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE
1700 79th Street Causeway
North Bay Village 865-3431
THE BULL AND BEAR RESTAURANT
10 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 374-6723
In the McAllister Hotel
BURGER KING"
Home of the Whopper"
Serving the Greater Miami area
CAPE CODDER RESTAURANT J and S
620N.E. 78th Street, Miami 751-9415
CAPTAIN JIM'S SEAFOOD RESTAURANT
15100 Biscayne Boulevard No. Miami Beacf-
947-9542 "All the Fish you can Eat $2.25"
CAVE FANTASTIC RESTAURANT & BAR
1005 5th Street, Miami Beach 672-9026
Reinalda Restano Owner
CHEZ VENDOME RESTAURANT
700 Biltmore Way
Coral Gables 443-4646
CHINA PALACE RESTAURANT
2320 West Flagler Street, Miami
643-4464 642-9058
CHINESE VILLAGE RESTAURANT
5958 South Dixie Highway, Miami 667-2125
CHIPPY'S RESTAURANT AND PANTRY
101 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables 446-7031
CHURCH'S FRIED CHICKEN
661 S.W. 57th Avenue, Miami 666-3451
"Come to Where the Best Chicken
in Miami is Served"
COPERNICOS RESTAURANT
250 N.E. 183rd Street
North Miami Beach 621-0944
CRYSTAL HOUSE RESTAURANT
5055 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 865-5776
EL BATURRO SPANISH RESTAURANT
2322 N.W. 7th Street, Miami 642-9043
EMBERS RESTAURANT
245 22nd Street, Miami Beach 538-4345
FALCON'S RESTAURANT AND BAR
2750 N.W. So. River Drive, Miami 633-9489
THE FORGE RESTAURANT and LOUNGE
432 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
534-4536
FOX'S SHERR0N INN
6030 South Dixie Highway, South Miami
661-9201
GALLEY TAKE-OUT FOODS & CATERING
3958 Curtiss Parkway, Virginia Gardens
871-6368 Home-made Italian Food Chicken
and Seafood
GRANADA SEA FOOD RESTAURANT
7370 Bird Road, Miami
221-9990 223-3698
(Under New Management)
HARBOR TOWER PANTRY
7904 West Drive, North Bay Village 751-9515
THE HASTA
2665 S.W. 37th Avenue. Miami
445-363o
HO TOY CHINESE-AMERICAN RESTAURANT
3980 S.W. 8th Street, Coral Gables 445-6655
Ely Tang, Owner
HOUSE OF CHEN TONG
1232 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach 945-1722
HOFFMAN'S CAFETERIA
1450 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 531-0357
HUNGRY HOUND RESTAURANT
12305 S. Dixie Hwy., Miami 238-0392
John Davis Jr., Owner, manager
JOHNNY RAFFA'S L0B0 LOUNGE
1331 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 379-6290
THE LEMON TREE RESTAURANT and SUB SHOP
920 71st Street, Miami Beach 866-9103
LION'S SHARE RESTAURANT
No. 1 14615 West Dixie Highway
North Miami 945-9342
No. 2 16744 N.W. 27th Avenue
Opa Locka-625-5231
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Ly, October 22, 1971
iJMi*t>ftr>fldBr>r
Pacre 7-A
if Health, Physical Education
[Department Expanded At Y
v b -"in. executive di-
lh( v\:-V\VHAof Great-
8 SW 8th St. has
Miami Happenings
\
loherf Brandt Robert Paredes
i ippointment of Rob-
Pnredcs. as assistani
: fhe H.alth & Physical
partmerH and Robert
- iquatic 'lircctor
.iini- nttended Coral
. h School and grndu ited
State I'niviTsi'y.
i h.....ajored in Health &
sic*' Education, in 1966. He
i-. In l ,s instructor of
th & Physical Education at
bc:i Lee Junior High School.
M >' indt, who attended South-
west High School, lettering in
swimming for three years, was
named outstanding senior sw.n-
mer. all city "wimmer in 1965. He
graduated from Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College and the University of
Miami with a Bachelor Of Business
Administration degree.
In a repoit to the Health &
Physical Education Committee, Mr.
!' i /in stated that under the rli-
reettoli "f B::> Brandt, the aquatic
program has grown to a 50-m"m-
ber AAU Sw'in Team: in addition,
water volleyball and water foot-
hall teams have been developed
which will be competing in loca
and national competition.
Under the supervision of Robert
Silver, director of the Health &
Physical Department. Mr. Parcdes
has increased tennis narticioation.
arranged teenage pnddleball tour-
naments amd formed senior high
touch football leagues. Now for
the first time the new YMHA
Health & Physical Kdueation De-
partment is inaugurating a Mon-
day evening men's fitness class. The
YMHA will be hosting the National
Southern Region Health & Physi-
cal Education Institute this year.
Mr. Silver reported.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kipnis, (left) Mr. and
Mrs. Stephen Muss and Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Russell admire Kenneth Triester's "War-
saw Ghetto," a sculpture each couple re-
ceived at the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration's 33rd annual meeting and campaign
tribute dinner. Mr. Muss and Mrs. Kipnis,
who is also Women's Division campaign
chairmen, were installed as members of
the board of directors; Mr. Russell is incom-
ing Federation president.
Harold Rosen Council Drive
Adds Powerful New Support
Frank >. < naciota, for 12
us the president of Greater
Fi l- ration of Musici-
d uiih a for-
Ihr Holj Land, ai a J> w-
Fund dinner, -.now
- \ \o\ l'1-.l. at
mtainebleau I lo-
! ii! rack is the chair"
T Sgt. .lames 1). Solomon, B
lUate of Miami Senior
Igfh School, has received the
S Mr Force Commendation
ii meritorious service as
controller at Tan
hi Vim AB, Vietnam. Ser-
ilomon, son of .Mr. ami
rv Frank I.. Solomon "l 11009
I it., is present ly w ith a
\ir Force Communi-
S( rvice, McCoy AFB.
Herb Hindi, has been named
alien manager of radio station
OD-FM, according to an an-
i hi made by James W.
'-i'.-.. Ir.. vice president and
nanager of WIOD-AM-
Hi assume his new du-
mlvr 1. A native Mi-
ll- Hlrsch joined WIOD
Milan in August, 196.'?.
nd was appointed local sales
ol WIOD-AM-FM in
ol 1967,
Herman Kane has been elect-
ed vice president and director of
operations for Coastline Provi-
sion Co., distributors of Kosher
/ion Sausage Co. of Chicago
pi lUCts in South Florida. Other
executive promotions include
that of Klli.itt M, Herring to
marketing director, anil Irving
Golden to products coordinator.
Seymour K. I.ieiiman. author
and lecturer, will be the guest
speaker at the luncheon meeting
of the Miami Chapter, Sons of
the American Revolution, Fri-
day, at 12:15 p.m., in Tyler's
Restaurant. 1536 Ponce de Leon
Blvd. His topic will be -Christ-
ians and Jews in the Holy
Land."
Mr*. Esther A. PoppelL senior
Vice president ol Riscayne Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Associa-
tion spoke on "This Changing
World of Women" at the dinner
meiting of the Soroptimists
Club this week at the Miami
Women's Club.
Itf|. Robert <'. Hartnett has
been named to the hoard of di-
rectors of Big Brothers of
Greater Miami, an organization
dedicated to helping youngsters
without a paternal parent.
Endorsements from more than
45 Miami Beach organizations and
nearly l.fiOO individuals this week
sent Councilman Harold Rosen's
campaign for election Nov. 2 into
high gear.
The former municipal judge
added powerful new sup|Mirt
from business, labor, Democrat*
Ic and senior citizens organiza-
tions. ||e is one of two candi-
dates in the Group 4 race, and
Judge Kosen will appear on lev-
| er .">-A in the biennial municipal
election.
The Progressive Democratic
Club of Miami Beach, headed by
Hymie Lieberman and Max Green-
wald. added its official endorse-
ment to that of the Democratic
Club ol Miami Beach.
Councilman Rosen noted that
the Nov. 2 voting will be non-
partisan, but that his own Dem-
ocratic activities have included
participation in campaigns from
that of President Harry S. Tru-
man in IMS through that of
fiov. K iiImii Askew last year.
More than 90 per cent of the
city's senior citizens clubs voted
j solid support for Judge Rosen, an
active memlie of B'nai B'rith. the
Knights u Pythias, Temple
I
HAROLD ROSEN
Emanu-El, and numerous Zionist
and non-sectarian organizations.
Among the individuals who
signed endorsements for Judge
Rosen who was appointed to
council 10 months ago when
Judge Norman Ciment resigned
are Judge Herbert S. Shapiro,
president of Temple Emanu-El.
Campaign manager Paul Ruth-
field stressed that all personal en-
dorsements are on an individual
basis and that organizations at
listi (l for iii' ntification p n poses
only.
Others to endorse Councilman
Rose i this week Included Irving
Flrtel, president of the Greater
Miami Hebrew Academy; Metro
Mayor Steve (lark; Miami
l*i ach Hotel Kmplovees Union
868 AFL-CIO and its president
l'ink.% Seliilfnni!; and Marvin
Kimnicl. past exalted ruler of
the Elks.
A past president of such Beach
organizations as the Jaycees and
the Klks. Judge Rosen is the form-
er chairman of the Miami Beach
Board of Adjustment.
The veteran of I.S. Navj ser-
vice in World War II and the
Korean War, Judge Rosen has
opened campaign headquarters
at 1364 Washington Ave.
He urged voters to turn out
Nov. 2 to ballot on such important
issues as doctors on ambulances
and the corporate profits income
tax. "Endorsements can't vote."
Judge Rosen reminded his cam-
paign supporters.
Pd. Pol. Adv.
it's IN to eat out
MARYLAND FRIED CHICKEN
'901 N.E. 168th Street
North Miami Beach 949-4004
BA ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES and
'EBA HERO SANDWICHES
16690 Collins Avenue, North Miami Beach
944-1161
EW BREED RESTAURANT
14 N.W. 14th Street, Miami 358-5923
Max W. Ford, Owner
WNTATION PIT BAR-B-CtlE
1550 N.E. 164th Street, North Miami Beach
Eat In and Take Out" 945-7011
UERTO SAGUA RESTAURANT
700 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach 532-9569
WPU SCAUION
173 Sun"y lles Blvd., Miami Beach 940-2261
RAIMONDO'S ITALIAN CONTINENTAL RESTAURANT
Recommended by Holiday Magazine
201 N.W. 79th Street, Miami 757-9071
RAYMOND'S STEAK HOUSE and COCKTAIL LOUNGE
16410 Biscayne Boulevard
North Miami Beach 947-0331
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami 379-4008
SAXON'S ROAST BEEF
4800 Le Jeune Road, Coral Gables 666-2877
SIMBA DINING ROOM
(at the New Everglades Hotel)
Dinner Hours from 5:30 p.m.
244 Biscayne Blvd. 379-5461
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street, Miami 374-4733
"World Famous" JUNGLE QUEEN
Bar-B-Oue Dinner Cruise 7 p.m.
as much as you wish to eat
Bahia Mar, ft. Lauderdale 947-6597
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Friday, October 22, 197}
Robert Evans To Speak
At Beth David Bonds Dinner
Foreign correspondent Robert to cover the summit meeting be-
!W..\. Evans, former Bureau Chief i tweon President Johnson and Pre-
fer CBS News In Moseow, will be [ mior Kosygln in Glassboro, N.J.
Alter his return to Russia, he cov-
ered a variety of major events.
and evei tually was mopelled from
the country on "- hours' notice.
A native Of North Carolina. Mr.
Evans is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina and Yale
Law School, and holds the degree
of Master of Jurisprudence from
Oxford University in England. He
has traveled extensively in Aatt
and the Middle East.
Last summer, he spent about a
month in Israel, under the auspices
of Israel's Ministry for Foreign Af-
fairs, heading a documentary film
crew for television, near the Sue?
Canal, through the Sinai desert
and the Golan Heights.
irofttirr m. EVANS
the guest speaker at the Beth
David-Israel Dinner of State on
behalf of lane! Bonds, Saturday,
Oct. 30. at the Rmtasnebleeu
Hoi Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual
1. a !er of Beth David Congrega-
tiev i N imur Sholk dinn-.-i
chairmen, have announced. The
dinner will K' at 7:30 with a re-
ception in honor of Mr. Evens at
aei
On this occasion, Mr. and Mrs.
Maxwell Waas will be the recipi-
ents the SI Me i :' brae] Sh I on
Award. Mr. Wa is is president ok
Beth David Congregation.
Wh s in Russia In
190" and 88, Mr. Evans reported
m djor events, including the visit
of U.A.R. Preside:.-. Nasser and
Kins Hussein of Jordan, and the
Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.
He came back to the United States
Sam Robin Chairman
Sam Robin of Miami Beach has
?>cen nameH area chairman for the
annual Burdine's Invitational
LPGA pro-am tournament. The
fourth annual ladies golf tourna-
ment will be played over Doral
Country Club's red course Jan. 7-9.
as part of the 1972 Orange Bowl
Festival. Sandra Havnie will de-
fend her title in the $30,000 event.
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Dr. Herbert Baumgard. spiritual
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Seven courses are listed, with Is-
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Other classes include beginning
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Page 9JI
Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner
Of State Scheduled Sunday
:; norcil Mordcchai Hod, Com-
I .< of the Israel Air Force
one of Israel's most brilliant
i.;:y strategists who is cred-
with developing the plans
h led to the victory in th<>
ix-Day War, will be the guest
iker at the Temple Beth Sho-
lsracl Dinner of State Sunday
i at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gerson will
I honored on this occasion. They
wi'.l Im' the recipients of the State
ol tsrael Shalom Award, which will
b conferred upon them by Gen.
Hod.
Pinner chairman David Miller
iits that a record turnout is
expedted for the annual black tie
icr on behalf of Israel Bonds.
The dinner committee, in addition
t i Mr. Miller is headed by Rabbi
lxon Kronish, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Sholom, Eli Katzin,
temple presidemt, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Bodin, chairmen cf the corps
of hosts.
The dinner, scheduled for 6:30
p.m. in the Fontaine Room of th?
n Ibleau Hotel, will be pre-
?eded by a reception in honor of
Gen. Hcd hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
Gerson at 6 p.m. Music for dinner
and dancing will be provided by
the Lenny Dawso:: Society Orches-
tra.
South Florida Histadrut Council Honors
Ben-Gurion With 85th Birthday Banquet
The Histadrut Council cf South Foundation, announced the fund-
Florida will hold an 85th birthday
banquet in honor of Israel's for-
mer Premier David Ben-Gurion
Thursday, Nov. 18, at the Fnn-
tainobleau Hotel, according to Sam
Feinstcin. president.
Jaerb Rifkin, chalrrmn of the
business and professional division,
hes been nominated to b^ed a
special proj^rt to raise $850 thou-
sand for the Sd"- Bo!cr Midrasha
i] ,\ sored by Israel's first prime
minister in the Negev.
Dr. Leon Kronish, rational board
"Iviman of the Israrl Histadm*
raising effort at the local council's
annual conference this week. The
Mdrasha oonslsts of a high school,
a teachers training college and a
general field college.
Ben-Gurion. the fi-st general
secret 'ry of Histadrut. Israel's gen-
eral federation of labor, visited
M'aml B !ach for his 80lh birthday
"elebration, nt which time a corn-
er 'hensive high school in his honor
was are Minced by the Israel Edu-
cation Fund of the United Jewish
^~eal.
DAVID BF.N-GIRION
results that were ghastly enough
to make any Soviet staff officer
think twice about Arab clients.
And in that September crisis
President Nixon and the Isnelis
b itli managed to look alarmingly
tough as well.
Since then in both Egypt and
Sudan all the more imnort-
ant Soviet agents have been
iiidely i-oundcd up and jailed or
shol by Presidents Anwar El
Sadat and Gafaar el-Nimciry-
then, too, Britain's Conser-
vative government has confirmed
t!v Labor government's lunatic
earlier decision about leaving
the Persian Gulf a defense-vac-
uum at the end of this year.
WHAT THEN could be more
ituraJ than for the Soviets to
st nt phasing out the tactic of
militarily backing the Arabs
especially the troublesome Egyp-
1 wis against the dangerous
Israelis? What could be more
natural, In fact, than to shift
the main Soviet thrust to the
prize of prizes in the Middle East,
the defenseless Persian Gulf?
As yet the evidence that this
is going on is largely negative.
Yel it is very impressive evi-
dence. To begin with, the Soviets
have quite certainly been urging
pt's President Anwar El Sa-
il I not to renew the fighting
along the Suez Canal.
THIS weakening of Soviet sup-
port in turn leaves President
Sadat two main choices. He can
disregard the Soviets and re-
new the fighting, risking still
another almost certain defeat by
the Israelis. If he chooses this
course every Arab in the whole
Middle East will blame the de-
feat of thf Egyptian "brothers''
on tne Israelis' American arms.
The resulting bitterness will ben-
efit the Soviets greatly and per-
haps decisively.
Or Sadat can make the sec-
ond choice which is to reach
what is called an "interim agree-
ment" on terms the Israelis can
accept. If he takes this road, the
Suez Canal will be reopened six
nionths after Sadat's "interim
agreement" has been siened. The
short route will be cleared at
list, from Odessa through the
Mediterranean, the canal and
the Red Sea.
THI'S SOVIET naval power
in the Indian Ocean will be auto-
matically multiplied by a factor
of about 10.
The whole pattern makes un-
pleasantly sound hard sense from
the Kremlin's viewpoint. It leaves
a final question concerning the
prospects for Soviet gunboat
diplomacy here in the Persian
Gulf which is so happily acces-
sible from the Indian Ocean as
well as so conveniently defense-
less.
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vJenisfi fk>r/dlain
Friday, October 22. 1<
<77,e KMi SpeM fjron HHB '.,'

i >t!i H : ".ik.^
Righteousness of Noah
H CBB1 NICHOLAS I.. BKJIRMAV
I Tempi,- |-r:u|
That ">Ioah was a righteous
iii: hi' m is i lameb in his age,"
ia docunioni.fi in th Torah.
quality :
tiii- righteous-
i as is put into
m by tin
:>is. Some
B ty thai even in
lununlly o:
righteous men,
Noah would liold
; uri. Othors.
< fnpartng Noah
to Abraham,
tl i!>t that Noah
would be evei
< nsKit red righteous.
This discussion of the relativity
righteousness has implications
'h our own day. Noah's right-
usn.'ss was one of a personal life
t yle. relative to Hie life style of
' s generatioa. Abraham's right-
usnoss was both one oi persona]
'' style, and of social concern.
mam's .-.en-,- ,,: righteousnest
t only 1. (i him to 'drop out" anj
im a "counter culture," but also
Btruggk with God nboui Sodom
-l G'moraii
rhe involvement oilr .1 u bh
issue oi Soviet Jewry
I with th Ri ''hinic !
lor of comparing Noah to Abra<
I m, yields some disturl
thoughts. The issue ol S01 let Jew rj
provides for our youth an oppor
tilnitv t ejfpilifts a positive Jewish '
dentilicatkm while at "toe* s^une*]
being patriotic. The issue.!
with its Youth Rally here in Mi-
an:, als 1 provided the opportunity
to let off a great deal of adolescent
pro: ing energy.
Following the parallel of Noah!
and A 1 tham, we applaud the
Noah-like involvement of our youth
in th issue of Soviet Jewry, while
tt the same moment considering
how our Jewish youth might be-!
come more like Abraham.
Where Is the struggling with the
Jewish community?
Where is questioning of the fi-
nancial priorities of our Jewish
community?
Where is the concern for better
Jewish education, or getting He-
brew as a language option in the
Dade county schools?
If We praise Abraham for chal-
leflgihg God on ethical issues, why
don't we encourage our Jewish
youth to question Federation, syna-
gogues and Jewish communal agon-
eii s on etnieo] issues?
The Jewish youth participating
in the Soviet Jewry Rally appear
as the righteous of r, generation of
otherwise rebellious Jewish youth.
In keeping in mind the relativity
>f tins righteousness, are we, the
' '1 "P*tablt9hment." ready for
dealing with the Righteousness of
< h "'.'
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
"iftiyMftoiti '!.-I-4HtraitittoYf cor.'-'
filler it so important to Observe
the phase of the ".New Moon" so
us to observe every "New Moon"
as a N.-nii-holiduv?
MIAMI I CONGREGATION TZ CHAIM. 1542-
A H A V A T SHALOM CONGREGA- I Vr"*'"0*"" Av8' Rabbi Avrohon,
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orth/Jdox J i_________ 32 ,
Oan.or Aron_Ben _Aror>. H NORTH bXy VILLAGE JEWISH I
AN^HE EMES. 2*533 SW 19th A v.. I gJ^jL,TR. *fft-gP*g. C"'- i
Car' Bender. 32-A
a
BETH
. SW 19th
AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. 3
Frldaj 8:30 Rabbi Arthur '/ Stein:
bent's sermon will be: "Ltaushins at
UotF'
The Hebrew calendar is basic-
al'v a lunar calend ir and the phase
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipton 4
Of the "New Moon" marks" the be-' $ ^{eTn SS WoV^:
ginning of the Hebrew month. He-IBwin Jewish Community." Bat Mlts-
hr.-M tniii,,,, .. .......j,j u u I vah: Donna liarson, daughter ; Mr,
th? be-i,,,,,, Mrs arry Baraon. Saturdaj 9
;i in Bar Mitsvah; Andrew Bernstein,
winnings of many things as item
'o be regard-d with special im-1
Dortance and the beginning of the]
month was. of course, no excep-
tion. In some way, this deep rev-
erence for l>eginnings indicated the |
I ivilty of the Jew to the Creator
who made the world from its be-
ginning and who is the "master"
f time.
.if .Mr and .Mrs
BETH EL.
dox. Rabbi
500 SW 17th
H. Rothman
Herbert Bernstein
Ave.
Ortho-
5
indicate that the New
Some
Moon is
the Jew because the various fos
rivals are dated according to a so*.
";al d-'te in the respective month.
Also ir'crestine is the onblton of
a number of Jewish authorities
that the moon ofays a aoectal ro'e
n reflecting the history of the
Jewish people.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th
Modern Traditional Rabbi
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson
Ave
Max
6
BETH TOV (Temple). 6438 SW 8th i
St. Comervative Rabbi Simon I
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
Friday 8:15 services followed by tineu1
Bhabbat hosted by Mrs. Helen L honoring Mr. and Mrs. Kli Srhnt'ii- ,
borger on their Golden Anniversary.
of snrcial significance to i ISRAEL (Temple) OF greater.
Miami. 137 NE 19th Street. Reform.
' Joseph R. Narot. 10 ,
joMpn I
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (Temple). io's
NE Miami Gardens Dr. Conserv.i.
tive. Rabbi Milton Schlinaky. Can.
tor Nathaniel Schub.
BETH TORAH. NE 164th St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
Friday evening Topic: "United Jeni
Mil.-in ii i.v Qood For 'rtp i.
Ana Non-Jews."
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubei.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 35
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SINAI (Temple) o- NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley. Cantor Irving
Shulkes. 37
Friday B:16 p.m. Saturday 10:30 .1 n
Bar Mitsvah: Harold Groabols, s->n ni
.Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Qtoaholi
SKY LA^E SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. 38
Friday 6:30 p.m. Saturday fta ni. S< I -
mon: "True Test ol Qreatnesa"
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Noach
"These are the generations of Noal
11:321
(Chapters 6:9
J.IK FLOOi 1 Oi his generation, Noah alone was righteous
< 1 ".."<- ^i God revealed his design Noah, commanding him
to bmlu a ttiree-storied ark. 150 yards long, 25 yards broad, and
15 yards depth, so that he and his family would be saved from
'he impending Hood. When the ark was comoleted, Noah his
wife, hi* throe ..,<. Shem. Ham and Japheth, together with their
wives, entered it. taking with them seven pairs of every clean
specus of animals and one pair of every unclean species. Heavy
iam tell continuotWy for 40 days and 40 nights and all living be-
ings outside the ark were thus destroyed. When the waters fi-
nally subsided, the ark rested on the mountains of Ararat. Noah
ami his family were in the ark for a period of 110 days.
TOWER OK BABEL After the death of Noah, the earth
came ^populated through the descendants of Shem, Ham and Ja-
pheth who were the founders of numerous nations. At one time
mankind had b-n-n congregated in the land of Shinar (Babylonia >
sileaking one I mguage. Fearing that they might be dispersed,
they decided to build a city and high tower reaching towards the
sRy as a focal point to ensure that they dwelt together, which
was in conflict with the Divine purpose that the descendants of
No ah should fill the earth. God, therefore, confused the language
oi the builders so that they ceased work as they could not under-
hand each other, and He scattered the people over the face of
afl the earth. The place was called Babel, (i.e. "confusion").
fmmFS21 SH' ^J ABRAM rhe *nth in "*lar **
from, Shrm was Abram. whose father, Terah. lived in Ur of the
r~Sn B:lbvIonkia' Ul' :* that time, was the main center of
d^o^H T/'? by ,h S**"*"". "o though a highly.
dexetoped cultural race, were steeped in idoltry. Terah decided
IT^T ';' ?! IJ,nd 0l" C"' and *n "* ~n. Abram.
h* grandson I>,t and Sarai, Abntm's wife. On their journey north-
-rds. ,, arrived a, the city of ,, in Mesopotamia. Sre
iney Magred for some time.
The Hue of the "\'ow Moon"'
ives added hone tn the Bufferins
Tew berat'se this "New Moon" ap- i
^ars after tlm moon seems to have |
almost been phased out altogethei ,
Purina: the last quarter. The New I
M on begins a n w cycle when the'
Rabbi .
Piiday 8:is n m. Sf-mnn by
R. Karat "Israel Revisited"
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Friday *:l"' p.m. Quest speaker: Pater
Bluesten, Btate Commander "t .it-w-
ish War Veterans; l ineg Shabbai
snonnnrod by Vnrman Elruoe Rrown
Post X... iT'.i. .iwv. Saturday B:45 a m.
liar Mitsvah: Morris, sun of Mr, and
Mis David Mliraehl
OR OLOM (Temple)
St. Conservative.
Glixman.
TIFERETH ISRAEL.
Ave. Conservative.
Klein.
8755 SW 16th
Rabbi Ralph
13
6500 N. Miami
Rabbi Maurice
14
moon b"gins to wax larger a"'1 ^'On (Temple) sooo Millar Rd Con-
!.._ a.^-1. *l. ',., servative. Rabbi Norman N. Shapiro.
' ">. Such is t!v. destiny of tlu
lewish ne'-ole they a'mosi seem
destined for oblivion after tragic
wonts in their nVrtorv, onlv to
is" again like the Phoenix of his-
tory to develop a new civilization
II lUSf
, I ....: ,,r,

rCabbinical \Jelevision J~^i
'!: >i.nins>
Why is the comln'; of the new
month announced in the svnu-
ROgue when imiilint: the Sefer
Torah?
Originally, it was the Rabbinical
court that gave forth the official
announcement that the New month
had begun after having received
'he word of its officially appointed
witnesses. The Rabbirecal court
tcted as a representative body of
the people.
In current times, when we have
no central Rabbinical court for all
Jewry, such a public proclamation
is made by announcing it while
holding the Torah because the
Torah is the symbol of the collec-
tive unitv of the Jewish people.
Holding the Torah when announc-
ing the New month thus indicates
that the entire people of Israel is
involved in making the announc-
m**nt
(<), 1H71 Jewish Telegraphic Agancy
Freedom Songs By Bikel
First freedom songs of dissi lent
Soviet Jews to reach a western
audience wore played at a news
conference in New York City as
the American Jewish Congress
leased "Silent No More," a long-
olaying stereo record albi'm fea-
turing actor-folksirger Thi-odoiv
Bikel. He is a national vice presi-
dent of th" rrganization.
. bbi
Cantor Richard S. Browdy. 16
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday 9 ;ii" Bai
Mitsvah: Noll, son of Mr. and Mrs
irwin Puterfaa
HIALEAH
TIFERETH JACOB (Temple). 951 E.
4th Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Na<
than Zolondek. 15
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph Gorfinkel, Cantor Ben
Zion K-rschenbaum. K
Friday 8:16 p.m. Speaker win be Mr
Mendell l.. Sflin. who was a delegate
to th*> Worhl Conference on Soviet
Jews recently at Brussels, will speak
on: "What's Happening To Soviet
.li wry Today."
MIAMI BMCH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Carlyle Av
Orthodox. 17
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel We.T. 18
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave. I
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir. |
sky. Cantnp Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (Temple). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Riab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM ( Temple). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor Oavid Conviser. 21
Friday 8:1." p m. Sermon ionic "To
He A Unique People." Baturday l":4.'.
a.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 39
coral'gabies
JUDEA (Temple). 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper 40
Friday 8:16 p.m. Baturday tl:is 111
Bar Mitsvah: Stanley Bcnachne,
a Mrs. Evelyn Kaplan and Mr .1'
Srhachne Thursday 11:15 am Uai
Mitsvah: Jonathon Aronaon, son '
Mrs. I.a\iiii Aronaon ami l>r. Hul 11
Aronson
ZAMORA (Temple) 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg-
er. Cantor Mordecai Yardeini 41
Frldnj 8:13 p m Sermon: "Prlr< I
Judaism Saturday 8:46 a.m.,
p in
SURFSIDE
M0GAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside, Town
Hall Oithodox. Rabbi Isaac O. Vine.
50
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SINAI (Temple). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Shapiro.
Cantor Yehuda Heilbraun. 47
HAUANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER 12
NE .st Ave. 44
H0UYW0O0
BETH EL (Temple). 1351 S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 45
Friday 8:16 p.m. Topic: -The hi.....Is
(Thai Threaten Da." Baturday tl a.m
; Bar Mitsvah: Thomas Qarron, son of
j Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carroii.
\ BETH SHALOM (Temple). 1728 Mon.
roe St. Conservative. Rabbi Morton
Malavsky. Cantor Irving Gold. 4t
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (Temple) 6920 SW 35th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Sheldon Ed-
wards. Cantor Abraham Koster 48
FT. lAUDERDAlE
BETH ISRAEL (Temple). 547 E. Oak.
land Park Blvd. Rabbi Akiva Bril-
liant. Cantor Maurice Neu. 42
EMANU-EL. 3245 W. Oakland Park
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Arthur J. Ab
rams. Cantor Jerome Klement. 43
P0MPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (Ten.pie). 132 SE 11th Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop
Cantor Ernest Schreiber. 49
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi .'nseph E. Rackov-
tky. 22
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Oct. 1\
Oct. 24
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C-li- 4, 8 a.m. The First Estate
1 Repeated on Ch. 2 at 5:30 p.m. I
Host: Rev. Luther Pierce
Topic: "Israel"
Guests: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and
Rev. John Huffman
Oi. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host:: Rabbi Sol Landau, Beth David Congregation
Topic: "Contemporary Syrvtgogue"
Guests: Sam Badanes, Hershel Rosen thai,
Mole Tendrich and Maxwell Waas
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EMANU-EL (Temple). 1701 Washing-
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
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Stern. Cantor Meyer Engel. 26
William V. Frankel, chairman
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utive officer of Kinney Serv-
:TH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave I iC6S' IllC" nd Pr0minent Phi"
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tSSTSSA %2,SXjrn%\19n APPeal for Human ReIa'
EntSSh? AS nraVm'in U "\ &S ,ions award *e American
lewish Committee, Nov. 3, at a
testimonial dinner in New
York, according to Andrew
Goodman, national general
chairman of the AIC's Appeal
for Human Relations, which
presents the annual award.
T?tnL \U i'em""!>- 8*h St. and
ifiXP BW""wa'- Conaervative.
w.rrt ^?er" i-ab0vi* Cantor Ed.
ward Klein. 29
OHEV SHALOM.
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man.
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Coll.n. Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31


Friday. October 22. 1971
+Jmisli Fhrktian
Page 11-A
South Pacific Journey
Part Three
Fiji's Fire Walkers and Fish Drives
By J. I. FISHBEIN
ttlitor and niMKIxr, The ChU ngo Sontin-I
riofoiv drplM.iri at Nend] International Airport in Fiji, the
wry cheerful Australian steward aboard our Quantas Airline jet
admonished us to bo sure and see the three things for which the
island Ls justly famous, aside from its Rolden beaches and exotic
people. Topping the list was the amazing and almost unbelievable
spectacle known as the "fire walk."
Ki.ii is the only place in the world where you can see two
versions of fire walking one done by the Melanesian tribes-
men from Besja Island and another by the Hindus.
The annual self-purification and fire walking ceremony of
the followers of Maha Devi, the Divine Mother, is an awesome
practice still followed wherever southern Indians of the Hindu
religion have settled in Fiji. The ceremony comes at the end of
10 days of abstinence, worship and meditation for the devotees
sen to walk on fire in the name of the Mother (who |g also
known as the Goddess Kaali or Maarii.
In keeping with the times. Indian fire Walking has become a
; i-i showpiece in Fiji. But tor those who undergo the ordeal of
fire, whipping and self-inflicted piercing with skewers and needles,
il is a spiritually-elevating form of penance. The most awesome
part for the onlookers, especially tourists who've seen nothing
like it before, i.s watching the devotees pierce themselves with
sharp instruments until they resemble human pin cushions. One
pushes a needle-sharp Instrument through one cheek and out
' i.....her, Another skewers his forehead. Yet another thrusts
- of steel through his fan head and earlobes. There is no
blood or oi pain, simply an expression of dazed oblivion.
We had heard of this ritual during our visits to India and
i, but had never really believed it possible. All sorts of
LtiOPS hive been offered by western observers including
the possibility that years of going barefoot hardens the heel and
sol so that they are able to endure pain. Others say there is a
- !vt ointment ruhl>ed into the skin; and still another explana-
tion claims it is :i form of self-hypnotism. AH of these are only
part ot tli" story,
On.1 i f the most colorful Fijian customs now staged regularly
is the fish drive which takes p] ice at several leading hotels on
the main islari of Viti Levu and at the Fijian Resort Hotel on
Y.inuo i Island, linked by causeway with Viti Levu. The fish drive.
I that has been banded down through generations, involves
hundreds of men. women and children from neighboring villages
whose flrsl communal task is the making of B "ran." a long rope
nade of vines and coconut e ilni leaves, which takes a whole day
ur-.li te and may be up to 600 yards long.
Alter several days of preparations for the fish drive, during
hit h villagers twist together hundreds of yards of thick vine
and coconut fronds, long enough to encircle as much as a half a
mile of reef, its two enls are towed into the sea in separate
boats, then lowered into the water in a circular position at a
spot where fish ore known to gather.
A: nit an hour before the tide reaches its fullest height, the
rope is tak.-n out to the reef and spread into a huge circle. Wh n
the tut reaches its highest i>oint and begins to fall, about 50
local men and women station themselves, chest deep in the water.
i1 various points along the circle.
Then they slowly move, toward a centra] point, pushing the
vine rope ->rd its trailing coconut fronds before them. As the
eircli tightens, hundreds of fish of all sizes and verities some
ol them baby sharks are trapped In a small area, and they
churn up the w rter until it looks like a boiling cauldron. That's
when the vilttgers plunge in with horn made harpoons and
sharpened sticks, and the fish they spear arc grilled tor a village
teasl that follows on the beach.
The final it. m we were told to look for was the manufacture
" taps cloth made from the bark of the paper mulberry tree
and considered the only tru!> indigenous craft ol the islands. It
produces a highly popu.hr Mlivenir for tourists. We bought
PCVeraJ sots of table mats for our children, and later on re-
mitted wo hadn't purchased more.
The Fijians have or /.her pro but somewhat loss desired by
western visitors. Il is k LVB, called by 'he natives "yaqona." This
is the islands national drink. Brttei and pepj ry, it is drunk from
'owls made of coconut shells, usually from i beautifully carved
l-.rge kava lx>wl. When offered a drink by a Fijian, one is sup-
posed to drain it at one gulp. We wt re told that Queen Elizabeth
IX during her recent visit to Fiji, did jusl that. She downed her
bowl of kava with queenly dignity to th i cheers of the delighted
natives.
We left Fiji convinced that we would one day return for a
longer stay. Next week we will toll you about our visit to New
Zealand and our experiences with the Jewish c nmuniity there.
Southeast Region
A variety of youth, educational
and adult activities, on a local,
regional and national level will
mark the coming months for the
Southeast Region of United Syna-
gogue, Dr. Harold C. Rivkind,
president, has announced.
The opening event will bo the
Tribute Dinner Meeting taking
place Tuesday at 7:00 P.M. in
Temple Monorail, honoring Dr. Al-
len Rutchik, regional director, for
10 years of service to the region.
At the dinner Dr. Morton Siegol,
national executive director will be
the guest speaker, and Jacob Stein,
natinal president, will pay tribute
lo Dr. Rutchik.
YcuUi Activities In
The first annual Senior Retreat
will be held for hinh school sen-
iors of United Synagogue Youth.
Oct. 22-24. with Rabbi Michael
Monson. Hillel Foundation Direct-
or, and Prof. Barry Mesoh, of the
University of Florida as leaders
for the weekend.
Kducational activities will in-
clude the meeting of conservative
educators with Dr. Siegol, who
also serves as national educational
i director of United Synagogue, on
Tuesday here in Miami, education-
al conferences in Orlando for con-
regations of the Central Florida
* area Sunday, and in Birmingham
i for congregations of the state of
Coming Months
Alabama, on Nov. 7.
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Synagogue year will be the i
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York Nov. 14-18. More than 2.0'
delegates representing over ti'
congregations will be in after -
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over 50 representing Miami's co
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+Jewi$t Fhridfiari
Friday, October 22, 197J
This Week In History,..
40 Years Ago This Waefcl 1931
Arthur Schnitzler, novolist, dra-
matist and Zionist, died in Vienna
at 69.
Chief Rabbi Joseph Hertz of
England reported that because of
Jewish protests, prop">3C*d calendar
revisions that would crcUo a
"blank day'" and upset the fix t>
of the Sal bath had been abandoned
for at least a generation.
Warsaw's Jewish community
sought to stop rising Jewish sui-
cide rate.
The M d'-il El S.>1 claimed
Thomas Edison had Jewish fore-
been.
N /i sources said Hitler would
BSSUT Churchill he wouldn't en-
danger world peace.
Professor Albert Einstein an-
nounced a now unified t'ieli theory.
Austrian Jews ma-ked the 150th
anniversary of Emperor Josef II's
Toleration Decree.
The Egyptian government grant-
ed half-fares to all who went to
the 1932 Levant Fair in Tel Aviv.
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attorney's .plea that press cover-
age be stifled "for creating an un-
;awr, bje frame of mind." Austri-
an Nazis initiated a' press cam'
peign for confiscation of Roths-
child properties.
The former American command-
er in Sibci ia accused the U.S. Con-
i sul General there of having cov-
ered up White Russian Kolch-tk
pogroms against Jews.
Louis Wains' "By the Waters oC
Baby km: A Story of Ancient Is-
rael" was the fi;st novel based on
modern scientific biblical interpre-
ts ion.
Otto H. Kahn resigned after 1?
years as chairmin-presldent of the
Metropolitan Opera, New York.
Sir Herbert Samuel. Sir Philip
Sassoon, James de Rothschild and
Barnet Janner were elected tc>
Britain's Parliament.
10 Years Ago This Week: 1961
"Russian Jews are hungry for
culture." reported British authoi
Emanuel Litvinov.
At least three ex-Nazis were
elected Bundestag Deputies in
West Germany.
Nine Jews including two rep-
resenting "colored" districts
were elected to South Africa's
Parliament.
Joseph M. Schenck. Russian-bom
nijysz Sjgupxr, died in 'HolbjwvojJ
it S'J.
A poll of 1.989 Germans found
40' ( resenting appointment of ex-
Nazis to top civic posts; 1395 re-
senting appointment of anyone who
left Germany during the Nazi era;
18'"' opp sing a Jewish nominee:
15' I tolerating appointment of a
Nazi.
Edward Heath, Lord Privy Seal,
said B: Stain was giving "active
consideration" to Genocide Con-
' vention ratification.
Ethopia said sloe would recog-
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friday. October 22. 1971
+Jewisli ftciidi&n
Page 13-A
"
ill: MMMMMMMMMH I
Is America Doomed?
Continued From Page 1-A
with the Helerristic philosophers
of the Third Century B.C. (See
th.- remarkable charts and sum-
maries in bis "Synoptic Context
for Discussing the '70s and '&0s,"'
put out by the Hudson Institute).
NOR IS THE parallel restrict-
i-d to the historians. Many
people in Heartland America
have a sharp sense that the dis-
sohitenew of American morals
Is leading to the dissolution of
American institutions and value.
Tlie point is that in this case
their fears are buttressed by
authority.
I find a good deal valid in the
parallel, especially in terms of
the uprooting! and alienations
in both societies, the "bread and
circuses" of welfare and the me-
dia, the arms economy, the bu-
reaucracy, the polarizing and
,:.,,utilizing, the growth of
ilopoliCi the loosening of
family ties, the Byzantinism of
life, the erosion of earlier value
structures, the runaway break-
through in sexual morals, the
tuning from formal religion to
\ tic cults, the sense that things
are coming apart. You can call it
li cadence" or "drugs and for-
nication" or you can call it
"Late Sensate," depending on
whether you are moralist or
scholar, but it amounts to the
same thing.
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YET I AM by no means con-
vinced that the parallel is
decisive. Obviously every civili-
zation, in its mature phases of
development, has to grapple with
similar, problems* of outer en*..
pire and inner tensions. But the
difference between civilizations
lies in the way they confront
these problems, and the energies
and attitude they bring to them.
Rome had no innovative sci.
ence and technology as America
has, no emphasis on productiv-
ity, no widespread diffusion of
living standards and higher edu-
cation, no dominant middle class,
no open-class system of mobility,
no oonstit'.rtional vitality, no
deep-rooted democratic tradition.
no strong civilian control over
military praetorianism.
#VnC COULD multiply the dif-
ferences. But I want to
stress two things which sway the
balance for me. The first is en-
ergy. All civilizations are sys-
tems of energy, and as with
individuals those who survive
are those who somehow sustain
their energy. Beyond all the
fancy causes that historians ad-
vance for the decline and fall of
Rome, there is the single deci-
sive fact that Rome died because
of an exhaustion of energies.
What is true of America, on
the contrary, is a sher explo-
sion of energies. I don't exclude
the possibility that America may
die of excitement and hyperten-
sion, a kind of overloading of the
social nervous system. But that
is very far from the Roman
parallel.
The second major difference
is the way a civilization meets
its tensions. Rome tried to adapt,
but its innovations were mostly
of law and administration. Amer-
ica's are social innovations, as
I stressed in my first piece in
this series, on America as experi-
encing the authentic revolution
of our time. Even in the revolu-
tions of morals and values we
are not witnessing merely an
enervation but the beginnings of
positive value systems in the
communes, the confrontation
groups, the movement for human
potentials.
NEXT: Part IV Throe Wnys of
Dying Apart from tfui
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fJewish ncrknan
Friday, October 22, 1371
Book Review By SEYMOUR B. LIE8MAN
Hebrew Illuminated Manuscripts
UUOKDs ARE TRI'IA inadequate to describe the
beauty and historical importance of the 10 x 12
book, Hebrew Illuminated Manuscripts by
li | Na.rkiss 'The Macmillan
Company, $35. i. The book con-
tains a lengthy introductory' essay
which discusses such topics as
Jewish attitudes to art, Hebrew
manuscript illumination, and the
various schools of thus field n
well as the books graced by a long
forgotten art.
The prohibition against graven
images never foreclosed artistic embellishments.
During the Roman period, synagogues in the Holy
Land were adorned by mosaic floors with decorative
features, some of which depicted events lrom the
Bible, and the walls were covered with frescoes
portraying cycles of Biblical history.
The tradition of Jewish manuscript art goes
back many centuries prior to the earliest specimens
that have survived. It is unfortunate that many
have disappeared due to the wanderings of the
Jews and. possibly even a greater reason, the whole-
sale destruction of Hebrew books by the Church.
Each one of the plates of which there are
60 have a facing page with expository notes
supplying dates, interpretation and brief history.
The beautifully produced plates were made in Israel
, and .are .-jxrijoiraible. -They ;were>.made from the
original manuscripts in Russia, Denmark, France.
Germany, England, Portugal, Italy, Hungary and
the U.S.A. The Haggada supplied the inspiration
for most artists and their works were perfornvd
in Spain, France, Germany and Italy between the
12th and 16th Centuries.
ft it *
Mlgttt Words on the Holocaust by David Roskies
(B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, $.951 is drawn from
a variety of Jewish and non-Jewish sotirces in order
to project an interpretation of the Holocaust. It is
arranged in the form of a dramatic reading which
requires 36 participants. (The 36 are symbolic of
the 36 righteous and pious man [lamed vardeks] for
whose sake the world is preserved).
We pass no judgment on the contents. We do
comment that if the participants and the audience
understand all the references, the Hebrew and the
Yiddish, then we feel assured that our college youth
are possessed of more than a minimal knowledge of
Judaism.
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Commentary
by JACK SIEGEl
Black Panthers In Israel
II- VOl RIDE UOWN TIIK streets from the King David
Hotel to the Musrara quarter In Jerusalem, you come
to a series Of hot-looking brown-brick structures and il
:; weren'1 for the famous biblical sky line, you might
thir.k you were in either New or Old Mexico. You see the
sign over the abode type hut: BLACK PANTHER HEAD-
QUARTERS. The car stops and the four of you get out
and go into the h mse. it is peopled with dark young men
whM look at us quite openly if not hostility. Posters in
Hebrew are nailed to the wall, but their meaning escapes
thin Amharctz.
We are Introduced to Reuven Abergil, the firey, wiry
le i "i the Israeli Black Panthers. Chairs are set up
ind thi large, unmade bed on which he sits and then
h r Hi r man enters the hut and slides on the ed ;i
<>i the d nearest the door.
Abergil, 28, came as an infant from Morocco. He has
one child. "Why should I have marc?" There are enough
families, he says, with 10 children and all live in one or
two rooms. But his mllHarce is softened some by his
< .mi that the name Black Panthers was chosen to get
Ml. n'ion land that it did).
Abergll says he has no political ambitions but ad-
mit- lhai his activity as chairman Of the Black Panthers
brings him into contact with political leaders and this he
likes. He says his group has members who represent all
shad-s of opinion from Rakach (Communist) to Matzpen
i Marxist i to Schisch 'New Lef11 but that overall his
members (he claims 9 thousand in Jerusalem and 40
thousand nalion-widel are patriotic and would defend the
country. One of 14 children, he went only as far as the
third grade. Yet. he Ls bright and claims his profession is
"social worker." but when asked where he got his train-
ing, he ys, In the streets."
He will have no more than the one child. Why? "Cig-
arettes bring cancer: children bring poverty." Regarding
the nation that his Black Panthers are a criminal ele-
ment, he says membership is denied anybody unless he
foregoes all criminal activity. This includes smoking hash
or pot or the taking of drugs. Nor is membership limited
to "Oriental"' Jews. Anybody can join and in fact. Abergil
pointed out, they have support from Ashkenazi i white!
Students. But he talks about discrimination in housing, in
education, how "black" kids cannot go to certain schools
and that their ghettos are slums. To work against this.
he has a program for his "party*! each member of which
pays Cues of 40 pounds per year.
Our Film folk
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Fiddler9 70th Film
(Copj _
ih t. li crapbii At. in \ ii
C'">>' i i: on tiii; roof- is the 70th picture
to he '. bj the in firm ol Walt r
and Marvin Mirisch in th 15 > any h .-
I d at the G iktwyn
Studios in H .. L Their films,
including the ones made with their
sed brother Harold, h ve
won tot .1 of 23 Academy Awards.
After completion of "Fiddler" at
the i i Stu lios in England
the Mtriseh Bios, this year pro-
l IrgafflZaUBnT starring
3 : y Poitier in the role of de-
t.rtivc Virgil Til.li-, character he made" famous tit
the film "In the Heat of Hie Night" and continued
in the first sequel, "They Call Me Mr. Tibbs." Billy
Wilder who has been associated with the Mirisch
Company in many successful ventures, plans now for
"Avanti," to be photographed in Italy next spring
fiom a scenario by Wilder and I.A.Z. (Iz) Diamond.
Irwin Winkler and Robert Chartoff, last year at
the Cannes Film Festival represented1 with three
pictures, "Leo the Last," "They Shoot Horses, Don't
They?" and "Tlie Strawberry Statement," now haw
previewed here their latest, "Believe In Me," a con-
temporary love story of a young career girl and an
idealistic intern who discover a short-cut to para-
die by taking potent and dangerous drugs. How the
tw > relate t I this world and their ultimate decision
to challenge it, is the theme of the film written by
.ward-winning playwright Israel Horovitz from a
series of magazine articles. Jacqueline Bisset and
Michael Sarrazin portray the couple under Stuart
Hagmin's direction.
Meaara. Kastner & Kaater, plus Allan Ladd Jr.,
currently producing "Big Mack and Poor Clare" on
location in the Sinai Desert and throughout Israel.
have presented at the 1971 Venice Film Festival
their highly artistic film, "The Nightcomers." from
the novel, "The Turn of the Screw." by Henry
James, made in England by director Michael Winner
with Marlon Brando in the central role. Elliott Kast-
ner contemplates three medium-budgeted films, un-
der ore million dollars each on his own. "The Ver-
sailles Exit," with Jerry Bick as working producer
.ind Hubert Cornfield as director for a late Octolx-r
starting date in France; "Billy," to be produced in
New Mexico with Harvey Matofsky (foimer Joe
Levme's Rome representative) at, the helm and
Clifford Potts starring; and an original story by
Lionel Davidson for which no schedule-yet has been,
set.
European News
by EDWIN EYTAN
Man Who Held The
| Gestapo At Bay
(Copyrisht U'Tl. Jewish Telegraphic Aajracs, bio,)
IN TIIK JAIKiON OF THK German secret services,
a spy ring was "an orchestra." a remarkable
agent, a "soloist," a radio operator, "the pianist"
and head of the network, the man who directed and
coordinated all the "players," "Der Kapellmeister.'
Throughout World War II, countless spy ring-
eparaaad behind the German lines: agents for the
OSS, members of British Intelligence, and resist-
ance workers of a dozen nationalities. Only one of
these networks wert down in history as "die Ka-
pelle" or. as it is known today, The Rod Orchestra.
Led by a 40-year-old Polish Jew, Leopold Treji-
per. or "The Big Chief," as his agents and the
Gestapo used to call him, the Red Orchestra had
foretold the exact date of the invasion of Russia
warned a tout the V-l missiles almost a year before
they went into service and, according to Admiral
Canaris. head of the German Abwehr. inflicted
losses on Hitler's eastern armies amounting to
200 thousand men.
Today. Tivpper is an old and sick man who
wants to join his two sons in Israel. It is his
fight to obtain a Polish exit visa which has taken
him out of the oblivion into which 25 years of post-
war history have thrown him. Suddenly, thousands
of men. former resistance fighters throughout
Europe, professional secret agents, writers and
journalists and just people with a memory, have
started remembering Troppcr, the man many claim
to have Ixvn the biggest spy in history.
The U.S. delegate to the United Nations. Ambas-
sador George Bush, has taken up the matter of
Trapper's exit visa from Poland with U.N. Secre-
tary Gereral U Thant and resistance workers in
Western Europe plan mass rallies on behalf of th>
former leader.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Unique Arab Village
QNK OF THK MOST unique and interesting Arab vil-
lages in the country is Kababir, an Arab village here
on Mount Carmel. Its name is mentioned occasionally in
tourist guide books, but tourists have
never heard of :t and never visit it, ex-
cept those whom I bring there.
It is not an ancient place. It was sot-
tied about 150 years ago by one Nade
Udi who loft Jerusalem and pitched his
tent on a deserted and rocky sjnir of th.
Carmel range. His children grew i:
I married local Arabs, and so the village
grew. Today almost everyone in Kababir
is a descendant of Nada Udi.
What is unique about the Village? For one thine;. '
was long situated from the Haifa city limits. But tfiosi
city limits grew and were extended, and as the Jewish
population spread over the Carmel, new streets and
houses wore built right up to the borders of Kababir. B -
fore long. Haifa began to spill around the village, and
houses are so close it is now imj)ossible to tell when
begins and the Other ends. In 1942 Kababir was lnCOT-
ported into the municipal limits of Haifa, but it m
tains its identity as a sociological entity within the i'
It has its own school, its own internal tax system and its
own leadership. Furthermore it has an official vi]
religion.
The men of Kababir have a well-deserved repir
for theli skills in the building trades, especially as
masons. They have built many of the lovely Jewish homes
and villas on Mount Carmel. It would appear thai
women folk chided them for building such horn s for
thers, while they continued bo live in the traditional run-
down Arab shacks. For, a few years ago, the mei
K ibabir began rebuilding their own homes, each Witl
own h in !-, devoting to it as many hours as possible
normal work on the Carmel. Under such coin1
takes yean to produce a finished house, but th.' visitor
today cm already see where the attractive new hoUS S
with distinguished stone facing, are emerging from
straddling, the old huts.
The town i.s small. It is built on both sides of a single
road which ends where it starts. An Egged bus makes the
run around town every twenty minutes, providing rapid
connection with the busy Haifa Centre. There are only
two stores a grocery shop and a vegetable stand. The
only public buildings are the new school and the Ahmed,
mosque, whoso small white dome can be seen from the
Haifa-Tel Aviv highway far below.
The iieople of Kababir are puritanical, polite, indus-
trious. They are not rich, but neither are they poor. Their
homes command one of the most magnificent vistas from
the Carmel heights.
A tourist who is looking for something off the beaten
track can get there by bus No. 35 from the Mercaz
Hacarme) in a few minutes, and with a little initiative
can have an interesting experience.
4'.



Friday. October 22, 1971
*"Je^isi> noridHrar
Page 15-A
1
Rosen Reelected President
Of Miami Realtors Board
Adult Education
Series Launched
By Temple Sinai
Charity Ball Proceeds Go To Save Our Senior*
The SingLo Patvnts of Mkui i
Beach sponsor the gals event, pro-
ceeds of which go to provide ho1"
Cathi A. Taylor and Milt Litt-
n m we Mrying as cochairmen of
! the annual Save Our Seniors Char-
Tlw reelection of Kennc-th D.
Ra.Ti of CoraJ Gables to a second
term as president of the Miami
Board of Realtors was announced
following annual elections held re-
aently by the dii-ectors of the
ln^rd. AcMixttng t:> MBR ewecutiyc
presidJr.t Belly Strickland,
Fred B. Martin of Nojth Miami
B; ach. who was elected as the
, this week at Temple S;tvii of North
assoewtes director for 1972, .JS^U-Dade "'"** '"","~ *>___"___ -
[rds am ual ircstallatlon dto-
| be h.'ld on Fridiy evening.
;>, 10, at t!ie Miami Springs
Villas.
Serving w-ith Rosen in leading
ih. i.s'O-mim'jpr organization dur-
ing L972 will be Phillip A. Thomas
' Coral QasVes, f'.rst vice presi-
,i i i. William (Bill' Brest f North
serve as chairman of the associates
committee. Serving as sice chair-
n an of the associates ootumittM
for 1972 will bo Tom Kavney,
Miami.
Serving as offerers during 1971.
in add tion to Mr. Rosen, were Mr. i
| Mueller, fiist vice president; Mrs. I
Gordon, second vice president; Mr.
Thomas, s. aviary, and Muriel O.
Vetter of Coral Gables, twasureri
Directo 8 whose terms expire
this yoar include C'ydc Banks, Mi-
;imi; Milti. *:) Oillahan. Coconut
i second vice president; | Grove; Lewis Harder, Coral Gaolos;
;, .1: i A. Hodse of No:th Miami,
i v and .1 lump (Jerry' Bain
, o conut Grove, treasurer.
Directors elected to three-year
terms l 1972-741 were Ernest A.
.. North Miami; Jessie S. Mc-
, r. iyne Park; George A.
i, Coc mul Gr ve; Fried Stan-
i Smith, .v unli and Enrique
i ir, Miami.
tors Includ >, ft il-
i ym ii I Asmar, Miami: Ros
,n Coc .".'.n Grove; Jos ph
! seh, K ndall; Richard Mueller,
Ih Miami Beach, and Ted Pap-
r Miami,
John Slater, North Miam
Vi i ter.
and Mrs.
is :envitled "The Family:
Dead or Alive?'" and will view the
family of yesterday, today and to-
morrow, against the background
of Jewish values and ideals.
Rabbi Ralph P. Kings! y. the I
'.'.ingregation's spiritual leader. Dr. j
Alan Gregg, a North Dade psy-
chologist, and a nunlber of guest
| speakers, wi!' lead discussions on |
such themes a*. "Are Commur s ;
In?" "To Swing or Not to Swing?" |
'Should Homosexuals Marry?" and j
"How Liberated Should Women
Be?" in -an effort io understand
ivhaet is happening in the area of
family relations today.
I ity Ball, which will be held Satur- nitals for the indigent aged. Co<
| day evening hi the LaRonde Room^f t>a<-"h t'^et includes one drink
of the FontaineMHUl Hotel, with Tickets and information are avapl-
able through Claire Hoffman. Fa
Haber, Carol Jacobs or Mill Litt-
The first of three six-week Sun-
day evening courses which began ; Mi) n Kjt.,(i alld ms orchestra pro-
the music for dancing, be-
imimg"a't 9 p.m.
i
Mr. Rosen, who also serves this
vear as chairman <;f the South
Fiord i Council of Realtor Boards
\ pn sidenl of Greater Miami Real-
ty, Inc. During his term, the Dade!Jewish Thought.
Count. n magcr ai 1 tax assessoi
changes in assessmentmeth-
ids bus .i upon suggestions ma !
by th Miami Bi u-d of Reall rs
and its sp il tax c >m nitte \
vhich Included Herb i Le. S:m >n,
hairman, Mr. Mueller and Mr.
Ri s n
A future course to Ik- given by
Rabbi Kingsley will cover the
I'. >k of Deuteronomy with moderr
otwopfp w hbww vmmsnr
Eye Clinic Utilizing
Ultrasonic Diagnosis
FACING THE BAY IN
JERUSALEM A highly
sophisticated electronic apparatus
which uses sound waves to detect
i re disorders has been developed
ii. the Electronic Workshop of the
Hebrew University of Jerusalem's
Faculty of Science by Dr. Alan
Busai, an American guest clinical
fellow and lecturer at the Hadas-
Bah-University Hospital.
The apparatus, which recently
went into operation at the hospi-
tal's Eve Clinic, has been produced
iii such low cost that it may be-
come a feasible acquisition for
h ispitals throughout the world, it
was reported.
i "B-mode1 or Intensity
modulated ultrasonic diagnostic
apparatus, projects an easily inter-
in ted c< mposite, two-dimensional
I lie tun of the eye and its sur-
ndings, showing normal and
"ic-il \;o'i--'io->s on an oscil-
loscope. This process, which en-
abh s easy recognition of any dis-
orders, is particularly valuable in I
cases where the ocular media ot
the eye arc clouded and cannot
be visually examined by the physi-
cian.
California-born Dr. Susal. 88,
arrived at the Hadassah Univer-
sity Hospital in Mav. 1970, to help
initiate the use of a less sphisti-|
cated instrument the "A-mode"
ultrasound and t" instruct doct- j
ors in its operation.
This latter instrument has been
bi use in the United States and
some European countries for the
past few years, and the Jerusalem
hospital has introduced it in the
t, id,lie East, conducting an ultra-
sonic clinic where patients are
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iJewii
Immigration Officials May
Deny Black Jews Admission
Miami, Florida Friday. October 22. 1971
Section B
Israel, -Soviet Jews
Get Top Priority
10,000 Jews Demonstrate
During Kosygin's Visit
By Special Report
Continued U.S. military and eco-
nomic assistance to Israel and
American governmental Interven-
tion on behalf of Soviet Jews are
i most issues and problems
i confronted by American
jewi i. mim:nities in 1971-72.
That's the Judgment of the 99
ap. m i s comprising the National
Jewish Community R< lations Ad-
visoi C uncil, which has released
its broad-gauged guide to program
planning for the year ahead.
- of NCRAC include
nine national organizations and
90 local community reiftion coun-
cils. Other major objectives in-
Clll'i' '
e Fi di ral welfare reform
i \pamled employment, in-
( federally funded public
B ilS.
e More effective civil rights en-
foicVl) U.
e School desegregation and In-
tegrated housing.
e More federal funding of so-
cial services now provided by cities
and states.
e Improvement of police and
Criminal justice processes in-
cluding separate treatment of
"non-victim" arid reform of penal
institutions,
e Freedom of dissent, and op-
position to governmental harrass-
menl through survcillenee of legit-
imate activity, wire-tapping, and
computerization of personal data.
e Strict separation of church
and state, including opposition to
direct or indirect public funding of
i iously connected education.
On the issue of public financial
aid to religious schools, one of the
i Jewish organizations
takes a position contrary to the
consensus. This is the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations of
America, which favors such aid.
Other national synagogal unions
the Conservative United Syna-
gogue of America and the Reform
Union of American Hebrew Con-
gregations however, opoase it,
as do the six other national Jew-
ish organizations joining in the
program plan. They are the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, the B'nai
B'rith Anti-Defamation League,
the Jewish Labor Committee, the
Jewish War Veterans of the USA
end the National Council of Jew-
ish Women.
Isaiah Minkoff, executive vice
chairman of the National Jewish
Community Relations Advisory
Council, said the plan is advisory,
and not binding on the participat-
ing organizations, but will be
widely reflected in their separate
activities, which will be coordinat-
ed for maximum timeliness and
impact.
Miami Beach Sister City
Of Ramat Gan, Israel
Ramat-Gan, Israel, has accepted
Miami Beach's invitation to be-
come a "Sister City." The action
was taken there, according to
Ramat-Gan, Mayor Israel Peled
after Miami Beach city council
adopted a resolution, initiated by
Mayor Jay Dermer.
Miami Beach has another "Sis-
ter City" in Fujisawa, Japan.
They have been affiliated for 12
years.
Newman Being Featured In
'Second Tuesday' Program
nd Tuesday 71." the com-
ty-wide education day being
I I by (he Women's Di-
1 of the Greater Miami Jow-
i U i ation, will feature NBC-
TV's Bdwin Newman and an
i musical drama called
Thi event, sclKxlulod for Tues-
<: > Nov. 9. at the Seville Hotel,
was uniquely entitled "Second
T -.. iy" fog ye,,,. when Sander
Vanocur of "First Tuesday"
* as the guest speaker.
this year's theme. "Passport
' Ufi ." is reflected in the invi-
n to the event, which is in
the form of a passport.
According to Mrs. Burton
Levey, president of the Women's
Division, and Mi's. Mike Sum-
berg, vice president, education,
last year's original film "Images"
won the Gold Medal award at
the Atlanta Film Festival.
Mrs. David Miller, chairman
of the day for "Second Tues-
day '71" and Mrs. Michael Pas-
cal, program chairman, reported
that the 1,000 women expected
to attend the affair will view
different decors, set in lour in-
ternational modes; the hostesses
of each room will be attired in
native garb to further enhance
the flavor of the day.
osing after the recent Women's Division committee meeting
held at the Jockey Club to plan the community-wide educa-
tion day called "Second Tuesday 71," which will take place
jn the Seville Hotel Tuesday, Nov. 9, are Mrs. Mike A. Sum-
"f*9- (seated at left) education vice president, program
chairman Mrs. Michael Pascal, Division president Mrs. Bur-
ton R. Levey (standing at left) and Mrs. David Miller, chair-
man of the day.
OTTAWA Some 10 thou-
sand Jews, led by a small plane
carrying a banner reading "Let
Thorn Live as Jews or Let Them
Leave," marched from a park
near the Soviet Embassy to the
Supreme Court Building to pro-
test treatment of the Jews in
Russia during Premier Alexei N.
Kosygin's visit here this week.
Rabbi Meir Kahane of New
York, leader of the militant Jew-
ish Defense League who has
been a frequent visitor to Can-
ada, was deported by immigra-
tion officials who said he had
failed to comply with Canadian
entry requirements. He had an-
nounced in advance that he in-
tended to take part in the Ot-
tawa protest and seek a per-
sonal meeting with the Soviet
leader.
TEL AVTV (JTA) The Inter-
ior Ministry has instructed immi-
gration officials at Lydda Airport
and Haifa port to deny admission
to persons arriving in Israel with-
out visible means of support, it
has been learned.
The order stemmed from the
small but continuing flow of Am-
erican blacks who claim to be
Jews and are experiencing severe
difficulties supporting themselves.
About 300 black Jews who have
come to the country in the past
two years are located at Dimona
in the Negev, where they have
caused problems and embarrass-
ment.
An American black family that
arrived at Dydda Airport on a
TWA plane over the week-end
with a one-way ticket and $7 cash
were returned to the United States
aboard the same plane. The fam-
ily could not state to the satisfac-
tion of immigration officials how
they intended to live on $7. Their
assertion that their comrades at
Dimona would help them was not
accepted.
Friction has developed at Dimo-
na between the black Jews, local
authorities and inhabitants of the
region. According to the authori-
ties, the blacks refuse to observe
regulations, refuse to take jobs
and try to construct houses in un-
authorized areas. They also alleg-
edly buy goods at the local super-
market but do not pay their bills.
One member of the group, who
was arrested recently on suspicion
of burglary, will goon face trial.
According to tne authorities,
work was arranged for male mem-
bers of the group at the chemical
plant in Arad. but they quickly
abandoned the jobs, claiming the
work was too hard, and they have
not looked for other jobs. Some of
them have formed a pop music
group that travels around the
country, however.
A group of 20 more self-styled
"black Jews" who arrived at Lyd-
da Airport from America Oct. 6
were also denied entry into the
country. Authorities said they had
one-way tickets and insufficient
funds to stay in Israel as tourists
and would be returned to the
United States.
The action was protested vigor-
ously by a group of black Jews
from Dimona who came to the air-
port to greet the arrivals. They
had notified the press in advance,
apparently in order to put pres-
sure on the authorities.
The new group claimed they
were the true Hebrews, "sons of
Abraham. Isaac and Jacob," and
that the country of Israel had
been promised them by God and
belongs only to them.
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+Jeisti fk>ricfi*>r
Friday, October 22. 197'
Florida Delegation Among
Study Mission Participants
Fta-ida was represented by the. In Israel, the group v. ill m.. l
;.i largi si rt.VrtriTtifm-*!] tn | vittf MOTiltvbai Rm Oev head l
United States when a study mis- ho Youth and Hecbalutz Depart
lli-nt, Jewish Agency, members ol
tbe Ministry- of Education. Israeli
Scout leaders, university faculty
iOH of national leaders of Hartas
s;ih's Zionist Youth Activities De
partment left for Israel from th
F:i Al terminal at New York"; I nembers concerned with Ameri-
Kannaij Iatarnatlonal Airport 01 j can students who are studying in
I Israel, and the staff of Youth >T||
S D a] nigtH
Mr. and Mis. Alvin Burger ani
?lr. anil Mrs. Morns Herman o
Miami and Mr. and Mrs. MaXWeJ
Weisbecv of North Miami Bead
wrere in the Florida delegation.
Oth sentcr"
i", orgia. Indiana
Maasa nusetts. Michigan. No*
is i T xas. w Ith Nev
'
U m.
daea in Israel.
They will also visit youth vil-
laaJMi Kibbutzim, school* in de-
prived neighborhoods, and former
Young Judaea graduate-, now Hv-
ine i" Israel,
Hadassah s]X>nsors a Zionist
youth movement, Hashachar (The
Dawni. which comprises Young
Judaea Intermediates, Juniors and
Mrs. Morris Pookin, national Seniors for school-age students
esah Zi nisi Youth Activities
chairman, is heading the mission
ipend two we> k< h
Israel touring the count!
iv of nrograms anr*
for youth.
and a young adult division. Ha-
magshimim. for 18-2.i year-olds. It
maintains a year-round program
in the United States, summer
camps, and work-study programs
in Israel for summer visits and
for one-year courses.
Groups of college students from all
parts of the United States left last
month for a year of work, study and
travel in Israel under the auspices of the
national youth movement sponsored by
Hadassah's Hashachar, which is the
largest Zionist youth organization in
the country. The movement i3 com-
posed of Young Judaea for elemen-
tary through senior high school stu-
dents and Hamagshimim, for 18-25
year olds.
YM-YWHA Committee
I r ',( further ship-!
i to Viet
nan total withdrawal by
th-- i ;<,-( this
v'. i k by tbe public affairs com-
mittee at the YM-YWHA of
Gi tei Tro tmmitti e,
t aded bj Mrs. Irving Wexler
was tstablished recently by the
exe utive committee of the Y'.-
board oi din < tors.
Th,.- committee endorsed recent '
action of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board in urging Congress to '
pass the Senate resolution calling
for withdrawal of I'.S. forces from i
Southeast Asia within six months !
ol th-- release of American prison-
ers.
Hashachar. with a membership
A over lL'.OOO is the largesl Zion-
j uth m men! in the United
' sin', <. It helps to train ful
'i wish leadership. This year it
erved students on 72 campuses.
j n S ptember, 99 graduates ol
, Senior Young Judaea left for the
i u course in Israel. About 300
(students members and non-al-
filiati s were in Israel last uim-
i mer for work, study and touring
under Hadassah auspici -
MVihIcII Seliu Rcuppointecl To A Three-Year Term
ridell M. Selig. owner ol Sell.;
Kntei-M> oi Miami, has been
ted to a three-year term
B9 a nil mil- oi the National
Uun cil of Boston Univer-
sity.
The National Alumni Council is
a group ol prominent graduates
who agree to accept various as-
si*mmi nts on behalf of the Univer-
sity and its alumni affairs pro-
gram. They serve as placerrv nl
counselor:, as chairmen 'f special
events (.'id fund-raising cam-
I ligns, and in leadership posi
in various alumni programs.
Mr. Seng, who graduated from
the College of Business Adminis-
tration In 192-1. is a member ol
the board of directors of the
ter Miami J. wis
He and his wife, Mae
Hard' e 1 >r.
1'
live al
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Retirt o New York I > i -1 let
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Friday, October 22, 1971
+Jewtoii IH'crk/iiaim
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Hebrew Academy Dedicates
Cornerstone Of New School
\ pioximatoly $173,000 still re-
i,i Ik' raised this year by th,
i, r Miami yebreVv Ac-adcini
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"toinhaM: officers Morris Bienen-
'ld and Murry K .ivtzky; Rabfei
W *b Hnck.ov.^Hy hut *m*KU-x-
r*ter s. Uj.'o,s.
school, said ih cornerstone-laying
progi im "marks the fulfillment oi
i for Mr. Mi pwitzer. When
he ini.k over as president nine
yi ars ago. he mid we would ivach
i.i' :> studrnts in a doc 11.'. Com-
pletion of the building next spring
will enable us to achieve thai goal,
the first H. brew day school jn Hie
country outside of New York to
have 1,000 students."
O;hor dignitaries on hand for (he
ceremonies Included former Metro
Mayor Chuck Ha]], former M:ami
Beach Mayor Harold Shapiro,
Councilman Harold Rosen, ai I for-
mer councilmen Hyman Galbut
and Joseph Malek.
louis mm/ma
Dedicates Cornerstone
a its fund-raising campaign for a
a junior and senior high school
..... d i\e eh airman Louis
*/ r said this week.
Pledges totaling some $627,000
tnnounced at cornerstone*
CCTl monies held ... the eon
!i site. Pine Tree Drive and
[< rrace, Miami Beach, before
i ban 700 pers 1)8.
A brunch at the Eden Roc Hotel
i wi .1 the brief program at which
Mr, M< nvit/.er and his family laid
rnentone flown in from Israel
j El A! Israel Airlines for the
monies.
Robed Russell, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
was a special guest s[>eakcr at the
irograsn. He welcomed the Hebrew
Academy into the family of Fed-
eration agencies, and stressed the
importance which Federations
throughout the nation are placing
on Jewish education and Hebrew
day schools.
Irving Firtel, president of thi-
ll, brew Academy, served as chair-
man of the ceremonies and of tlie
brunch. He noted that Mr. Mer-
witv.er and other loaders of the 24-
iiHild Miami Beach school had
1 umed leadership over to the
younger generation, but were con-
tinuing their own interest and ac-
in behalf of the Academy.
Mr. Mcrwltzer increased his p r-
i .'ift to the new building to
c ; tousand dollars of which
: ilroady has been paid in
y of bis late wife, Rebecca.
Mi rwitzi r was an active
i : r the Academy for n rlj
t\VO I l.'S.
lemy students were repre-
by Mark Berger and l>. I
Sc i/. who gave brief I dks.
, I A.Hi r. I Ol
I br w Acad my Women,
h llf of her group and
'I the P f.V
I irtit ipants in the day's
- itii s iiieludi ,t Mayor Jay
r of Miami Beach. Oscar
ipiro, associate cliairnian of
av.l; Herman L. Shaw, aSBO-
eampaign chairman; vice
Presidents Jack S. Popick, Jacob
Hifkin. Oscar Mamfcar and Samuel
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Gerald Strober Is
Breakfast Speaker
The first of the Sunday break-
fast sessions hosted by the Broth-
erhood of Temple Beth ESI will be-
gin at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 31,
in the Tobin Auditorium. 1351 S.
14th Avc, according to Harvey
1' owitaJjflpri Qr. Rubin Klein,
ccch^urmeTl pi thf^Vduh Kduen-
noii committee, 'nfls particular
on is a joint venture of
Temple Beth El and the American
Jewish Committee.
The guest speaker for the occa-
sion will bi G raid Stn I -. con-
sultant en religious curric ila in
the Inter-Ri ligious Affairs r> part-
menl of the American Jewish
Committee. Mr. Strobi r will sr* al<
on "Christian and Jewish Rela-
tions."
Mr. Stroller, a graduate of
Moody Bible Institute, received his
M.A. in Jewish Culture from New
York University. At present, he is
a member of the faculty and act-
ing direct .r of the Department of
History of Baxrington College In
Rhode Island.
Testimonial Dinner For Rabbi Rutchik
Rabbi Allen I. Rutchik. retiring
director of the Southeast region of
ih.' United Synagogue of America,
will lie honored Tuesday night at
a testimonial dinner at Temple
Menorah.
The national president ol the
United Synagogue, Jacob Stein oi
Neck N.Y., will r. ; urt on
the prophets of Hoe region dui
Rabbi Rutchik's decade of servi
Abraham Gittelson ot M'
Beach, who will succeed Rabbi Rut-
chik. said youth programs %\ill c
tinue to receive top priority in na-
tional financing and prognamrai
from the I' insi n itive c Afpr
i ions i : the United S1 ates.
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Cornerstone-laying ceremonies for the Greater Miami He-
brew Academy's new junior and senior high school build-
ing attracted more than 700 Jewish community leaders and
workers. Dignitaries included, from left to right, Robert
Russell, president of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation;
former Metro Mayor Chuck Hall; Herman L. Shaw, Acad-
emy executive committee chairman; Irving Firtel and Har-
old Rosen, councilman.
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vJcnisfi fforidFfan
Friday. October 22, 1971
Bond Purchases
Near $1 Million
More than 2,000 member? of the Weinkle. Mrs. Max VVeitz and Miss
Miami Beach Chapter of Hidassah Lillian Goodman.
who gathered last Thursday to pay
tribute to Lillian (Mrs. Leonl
Bond-\vith-Israel luncheon pur-
chased nearly SI million in Israel
Bonds in response to an eloquent
appeal by Dr. Kronish, a record
achievement for this event.
Mrs. Max Schenk. national presi-
dent of Hadassah. paid tribute to
Mrs. Kronish for her many years
of devotion to the building of a
strong and free Israel through Ha-
dassah. Israel Bonds. H!stadrut and
other outstanding worthy causes
The Menorah of Statehood was
-oniiucted by Dr. Kronish. Takinjj
Kronish at_ the annual HadasaahH.pg^ in tn)> ceremony were Mrs'
Sam Simonhoff. torch bearer. Mrs
Joseph Sharpe. pilot, and candle
lighters Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs.
David Light. Mrs. Jacob Rifkin,
Mrs. George Mildwoff, Mrs. Sam
Rudenberg. Mrs. Harry Harrison.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers. Mrs.
David Ponve, Mrs. Herman Shaw,
Mrs. Claire Eskowitz. Mrs. A. J.
Molasky. Miss Sue Berkowitz, Mrs.
Ettte Platoff. Mrs. Ruth Berg,
Miss Lillian Goodman, Mrs. Carl
Weinkle. Mrs. PluliD Thau. Mrs.
for Israel, and Dr. Kronish. acting U ,-. ,i ,f. .' \T
. ... .Ida Cooper, Mrs. Max Weitz, Mrs.
in his capacity as a national Israel = -., T v. .
., ., ..... I sam Blank. Mrs. Joseph Mansbach.
Bonds leader, confered the "Wom-
an of Valor"' award upon Mrs.
Kronish.
Tribute was also paid to the
presidents of the 28 local groups
of Hidassah. who received scrolls
in recogniti n of their role in help-
in.- to miko the annual Had'.ssah
Bond-with-Israe! luncheon the
pacesetter in the nation for worn-
ens' ac'> Bonds, including Mrs. So!imon
Margolis. Bay Harbor: Mrs. David
Reinwald. Louis D. Brandeis; Mrs.
Sol Krasner, Eddie Cantor: Mrs.
Louis Landy. Esther: Mrs. Jules
Lessem, Forte Towers: Miss Lil-
lian Goodman, I.R. Goodman: Mrs.
Morris Herman. Hatikvah; Mrs.
Rose 7eigmund. Herzl: Mrs. La-
zaro Saponznik, Inter-American
Mrs. Henrietta Bolotin, Israeli:
Mrs. Louis Neleber, Kadimah: Mrs.
Henrietta Fine, Emma Lazarus:
Mrs. Anne Levy, Lincoln: Mrs.
Rose Herman. Golda Meir: Mrs.
Philip Houtz, Morton Towers: Mrs.
H. B. Altman, Natanya: Mrs. Jo-
seph Wels. Plaza 800: Mrs. Manny
Temkin, Rennah: Mrs. Samuel
Haber. Royal Maccabees; Mrs. Jack
Kurds, Hanna Sencsch; Mrs. Louis
Stone. Shaloma: Mrs. Edward Lif-
shin Southg-ate; Mrs. Bea Creinin.
Treasure House: Mrs. Hannah
Friedman. Henrietta Szold: Mrs.
Morris Winawer. Triton Tower*:
Mrs. Samuel Lcftoff. Sophie Tuck-
er; Mrs. Gertrude Sosna. Stephen
S. Wise; and Mrs. Murray Cohen,
Haim Yassky.
Program participants also in-
cluded Mrs. Zelda Thau, luncheon
chairman: Mrs. Sherman Fast,
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah; Michael Lit-
vak, director of the Israel Bond
Organization; Dr. Eugene Labo-
vitz, president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami: Can-
tor N'ico Feldman, Mrs. Fred Jon-
as. Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Carl
Mrs. Sherman Fast and Mi's. Leon
Kronish.
Lillian Kronish, (second from left), recipient
of the "Woman of Valor" award at the
Miami Beach Hadassah Bond-with-Israel
luncheon receives the congratulations of
Michael Litvak, director of the Israel Bond
Organization, Mrs. Max Schenk, national
president of Hadassah, and her husband
Dr. Leon Kronish, a national leader of the
Israel Bond Organization, who conducted
an appeal at the event which resulted in
nearly SI million in Israel bond purchases.
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Members of the Women's Cancer League of Miami
Beach making plans for the 13th annual luncheon to
be held Dec. 16 at the Fontaineblecu Hotel are (from
left) Mrs. Alexander Libow, sponsors chairman; Mrs.
Melvyne Sommers, president; Mrs. Frances Linn, lunch-
eon cochairman; Mrs. Henry Dworkin and Mrs. Irving
Rubin, ticket cochairmen.
Women's Cancer League
Holds Tumor Clinic Benefit
Thi Women's Cancer League of
Miami Beach will hold its 13th an-
niuil luncheon Dec. 16. at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Guests at the
luncheon will be entertained by a
fashior show from Martha's, fea-
turing international fashion styl-
ist, Pauline Trigore.
As in previous years, the entire
expense of the luncheon will be
underwritten by sponsors, insuring
thai all proceeds will go to the
benefit i.iry of the event, Mount
Sinai Hospital's Tumor Clinic.
The Women's Cancer League
has t in supporting Mount Sinai's
Tumoi Clinic since the group was
found* <: in 1958. Over the years.
their fund raising efforts have
helped .neet the cost of treatment
for in,;iL'rnt cancer patients, sup-
port n search and purchase need-
ed equipment. The Cancer League
lias pledged to purchase the Lin-
ear Accelerator which will be
.n the new Maribel Blum
Building,
Melvyne Sommers is pres-
ident of the league; luncheon co-
chairmen are Mrs. Frances Linn
and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld. Also
serving on the luncheon committee
are chairmen Mrs. Alexander Li-
bow. Sponsors; Mrs. Henry Dwor-
kin and Mrs. Irving Rubin. Tick-
ets; Mrs. George Block, Charts;
Mrs. Jules Stark, Hospitality;
Mrs. Joseph F.hrlieh and Mrs. Mel-
vin Cutler, Gifts, and Mrs. Leon-
ard Mark. II, treasurer of the
League.
Tickets for the gala luncheon
may be obtained by contacting
Mther Mrs. Irving Rubin or Mrs.
Henry Dworkin.
Back-To-School Nights
Treasure Island Flomentary
School will have its o;>cn-house
Back-to-School nighis on Tues-
day, October J8. for kindergarten
tinough 3rd grades, and Wednes-
day, Oct. 27. for grades 4 through
6. Principal of the school is Mrs.
Christina Eve; Mrs. Barbara
Brooks is P.T..V prosit" .-nt.
Buffet Dinner To
Benefit Hadassah
Rennnah Group of the Miami
Beach Chapter of Hadassah will
hold a buffet dinner party Satur-
day at 7:30 p.m. in the San Ma-
rino Island home of Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Plotkia, lUtaiui Beach. Tbi
event, planned for the benefit of
the Medical Organization of Ha-
dassah, will feature dinner, enter-
tainment and dancing.
The Hadassah Medical Organi-
zation is comprised of Hadassah
Hebrew University Medical Cent-
ers at Fin Kerem and at Mt. Sco-
pus, the two medical facilities in
Jerusalem with innumerable serv-
ices and an experienced staff
which benefits the entire popula-
tion of Israel and Arabs in the ad-
joining countries, creating good-
will for Israel. These are the most
important and main branches of
the Hadassah Organization.
Reservations for the dinner
part/ may be made with Mrs.
Louis Neufeld, chairman, or Mrs.
Manny Temkin, president.
Hit/.I Group will have its instal-
lation luncheon Monday noon in
the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Barnett
Beckerman will be the installing
officer: Mitzie Garfield, soprano,
will entertain. Mrs. B. Zeigmund
is president.
Morton Towers Group will hold
a card party in both card rooms
of the Morton Towers Building.
Monday at 1 p.m.. according to
Bobby Indig, publicity chairman.
Ilatikva Group will have a card
party at noon Monday in the Mez-
zanine-Coffee Shop of the Roney
Plaza. Mrs. Morris Herman is the
president.
Brandeis Groups' luncheon meet-
ing Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. in the
Fontainebleau Hotel will include
a musical program. Mrs. David
Reinwald is president.
Membership Brunch Set
The Gift of Life Chapter of Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital will hold its annual
paid-up membership brunch Satur-
dav noon at the Crooked Creek
Country Club. Mrs. Steven Rich-
ard is directing the entertainment
featuring "The Sound of Money";
Mrs. Stanley Ferber is in charge
of reservations.
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Friday, October 22, W[
Israeli Heart Surgeon
To Lecture At Ml. Sinai
Proi. Joseph Borman, head of
ipen hnwft surgery depart-
meii of the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center in Is-
rael, will conduct a 9 to 11:30 a.m.
seminar at Mt. Sinai Hospital on
Saturday, Oct. 30. Announcement
- made bj Mrs. Sherman Fast,
pt tident of the Miami Beach
chapter of Hadassah.
Dr. Borman. 43. immigrated to
Israel in 1958, and seven years
lotei founded the open heart unit
in the department of th trade but-
gerj at th Hebrew Unlvcrslty-
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Dr. Borman numbers many
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among his patients in the open
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I at its Kin Karem hospital. Spec-
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i | tier.,s to enter Israel for
surgery.
He studied in Los Angeles at
j St. Vincent's Hcspital under Dr.
J. H. Kaye. and in Israel worked
under the late Prof. Hanoch Mil-
v.idsky. who was killed when
Arab terrorists blew up a Swiss-
air plane en route from Zurich to
Tel Aviv.
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Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah Groups holding meetings in
the coming weeks include:
The Esther (iroup, which will
meet Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. in the
Auditorium of the Financial, Fed-
eral, 755 Washington Ave. Guest
speaker is Mrs. Sherman Fast,
president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah. Mrs. Clara
Landy is president.
Forte tWWII Group will have a
paid-up membership tea Thursday.
Oct. 28th. at 12:30 p.m. in the aud-
itorium of the American Savings
Bank Building. Alton and Lincoln
Roads. Guc b< ipi aker is Zelda
Thau, past president of the Miami
r,t acfl Chapter of Hadassah
nie Pometant/ is publicity chair*
man.
l|iiHii:i Seiienoti Group win bam
a luncheon meeting Monday, Nov.
1 at noon in the Algiers Hotel. A
film. "The Promise and th-- Deed"
will be shown. Lil Baron is pub-
licity chairman.
Kadiniah Group will have a lun-
cheon meeting on Mondav, N*o\. 1,
at noon in the Singapore MoteL
9601 Collins Ave. Mis. Louis N. 1,1
ber is president.
SCHECHTEH'S
PROF. JOSEPH BORMAN
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Dr. Sanford Cole has been ap-
pointi d chairman of the Miracle I
Lodge No. 321 F. & A. II "Hal- i
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be held at 8 p.m. Saturday. Oct.
30 at B. th David South. 7500 SW
120th St.
Trie program for the affair will
include musical entertainment by
the rock-group. "T.MT." plus a
costume parade contest, with com-,
plimentary dinners to the most
unusual dressed oeupli s.
All members and tneir guests
are invited to join in the lun. Res-
ervations may be made by con-
tacting Bob Siegel or A! Budncr.
'Day At The Races' Set
Victory Unit of the Woman'*
Corp of the Papar.icolacu Cincer
Research Institute is having a
"Day at the Races" at Calder
Track Wednesday. Price of the
ticket will include admission, nro-
gram and lunch at the Club FExise.
Reservations sfcauld be made by
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Friday. October 22, 1971
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Committee Names Rabin and Diamond
f jir i harles Beber, president of
,-.. Greater Miami Chapter, Am-
erjean Jewish Committee, has an-
nounced the appointment of AJC
Board Member, Samuel J. Rabin
. chairman of the Social Club
piscrirnination Committee.
Mr. Habin, former Vice Mayor
and Coiincibnun of the Town of
Surfside, is a "past president
Kiwanis Club of- North Show,
chairman of the Legacy and Etc-,
quell ('' >mmittee and member of
the Executive Committee of the
American Cancer Society, member
of the IJf-ard of. Directors of
Temple Israel, vice-president of
the Greater Miami Chapter, Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, and co-
rhairman of the Insurance Divi-
sion of Combined Jewish Appeal.
A former director of the Miami
Post and Auxiliary
To Participate In
Memorial Services
Norman Bruce Brown Post No.
174, Jewish War Veteran's of the
USA, and its Ladies Auxiliary will
pate in the annual Veter-
an's Memorial Services at 8:15
I .m. Friday in the Israelile Center
Temple, conducted by Ilabbi Av-
rom I'razin.
Special guests will include De-
partment of Florida Jewish War
Veterans Commander, Peter Blue-
Men "! Hallandale, Fla. and Mrs,
Sally Levy of Miami Beach, presi-
denl ol the Department of Flor-
i Ladies Auxiliary,
ird S, Oasis is Post Corn-
Mrs. Claire Greenwald is
' ol the Auxiliary.
Jaycees Present SpurrSows
In A Benefit Concert
Pi i rine-Cutler Ridge Jay-
nting The Spui i iw -
vue, as a b nefit c n-
the Florida Kidney Foun-
Fi i lay, Nov. 5. at 8 p.m. in
ni Beach Auditorium, sc-
an announci men! trade
I Rodriguez, project chair-
the Jaycees.
for the performance,
\'"i ol a nation-wide tour spon-
the Kidney Foundation
Artificial Organs Division
ixti r Laboratories, Inc., are
at all Sears stores and at
Florida Kidney Foundation.
1150 NW 14th St.. Room 211.
Wometco Theatres
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Association of Life Underwriters
and a member of the Greater Mi-
ami Estate Planning Council, he
has taught insurance planning in
the University of Miami's C.L.U.
program, and is a partner In the
general agency of Rabin-Cindy
and Associates, representing Guar-
dian Life.
Hindi Diamond, who was recent-
ly named editor of the AJC View-
pair: Newsletter," a publie.it on fo"
members of the American Jewish
Committee, came to Miami six
years ago from Panama, where
Sb and her husband, Walter, now
newspaper reporter for 20 years.
She an dher husband, Walter, now
dit a Spanish-language monthly
magazine called Industria Turisti-
ca, which is distributed through-
out Latin America and in Spain.
Mrs. Diamond also edits the
"Theta Sigma Phi for Women in
Journalism.' as well as PTSA
Newsletter for (he Palmetto High
School.
Mrs. Ross Addresses
Student Nurses Wn.
K adily avahal le quality hot
care, easily accessible ol a reas
able cost is the solution to I
country's health care ciis!s, .%
Carmen Ross, ass date protest
University of Miami, said in
keynote address to the Stud
Nurses Association of Florida
Daytona Beach.
"The eiis:.s must i>< fewjl <
she sai(r"*'but IfVltl onTy .
through concerted efforts of all
health ar.d nursing organization!
working togeth. r." Mis. Ross, a
member of the Florida State
Board of Nursing, added this must
be done for preventive as well as
therapeutic aspects of care.
Menorah Chapter Meets
Menc-rah Chapter 1013, B'nad
B'il h Women, will held its rcg.
iiir meeting in the auditorium o;
.he Washington Federal, 1234
Washing! :i Ave., at 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday.
Reviewing plans for Mount Sinai Hospital's annual
President's Ball at the Diplomat Hotel Dec. 13 are (from
lett) cochairmen Mildred (Mrs. Walter) Jacobs, Benja-
min G. Kline, Mr. Jacobs, and Mount Sinai's executive
vice president. Samuel Gertner.
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Friday. October 22, 197
Comedienne To Entertain
At Installation Luncheon
Shirley Bprman. a rapidly rising I in the Fontainobloau Hotel, ae-
comedienne of this season, was to
entertain at Thursday's installa-
eording to an announcement made
by the Mesdames Jacob Katzman.
Leon Kronish and Samuel Simon-
hoff. prac-sidium presidents.
Miss I" 1 nian. a graduate of
Temple University, has done ex-
tensive dramatic work in numer-
ous stage appearances. She has
been in great demand since per-
forming at the Concord Hotel,
where her Taking the Son-in-law
Into the Business." "My Friend
Goes to Europe," "Antique Hunt-
ing" and "So My Wife Plays the
Stock Market!" made her a huge
success.
The Women's Division of the
American Friends cf Hebrew Uni-
versity has consistently supported
the work of the university through
scholarships, direct gifts and spe-
cial projects. Approximately 2,000
of the 16.000 students presently
enrolled at the university are from
the United States.
Hebrew University includes the
Schools of Medicine, Law. Phar-
macy. Dentistry, Agriculture. So-
I cial Sciences and Applied Sciences,
tion luncheon being held by the which also includes specialized
Women's Division of the American fields such as social work and psy-
Friends of the Hebrew University I chology.
President's Day A New Concept
SHIRilY BERMAH
Giant Candy Sale To Benefit BBYO
Hundreds of members of the
local B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion will canvass the city during
the next few weeks in an all-out
effort to help pay BBYO bills by !
means of a mammoth candy sale. !
"We've had growth qualita- j
tively and quantitatively and
we're paying for new demands for
service and for soaring spirit."
said Sigmund Zilber, president of
the Miami BBYO Board of Di-
rectors.
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desperation have asked theirjun-
ior order, all 700 of them, sponsor-
ed by B'nai B'rith Men and Wo-
men, to help by selling candy."
The candy, which reportedly is
"irresistible," will sell for $1.00 a
box.
Girt Bcssak, Florida Region
BBYO director, urges all commu-
nity leaders, parents and friends
of ti cn-agers to forget their diets
(isn't everybody dieting?) and
give the kids a break. A call to
the BBYO office will ensure a
teenage salesman's person-to-per-
son response and candy delivery.
The B'nai B'rith Youth Organi-
zation, world's largest Jewish
youth movement is comprised of
Aleph Zadik Aleph (boys) and
B'nai B'rith Girls. With chapters
throughout North America and in
many other lands, BBYO carries
forward programs in community
service, social action, leadership
training and Jewish studies.
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cooperative unity toward the
achievement of common gonls. the
Women's Division of the Greater
Mian-.i Ji wish Federation recent'.y
IP d "Piv.-i.'.ent's Day A
Partnership in Dialogue," a new
BRQMOfc
More than 1P0 presidents or
'.'. ir representatives from 3ew. '1
Women's community organizations
nded meetings in private bomea
hioughout Dale County.
"In order t.) create an awarc-
cf the Fi Aeration's total con-
sept of servicing the community
here and abroad, the Women's Di-
vision has taken this forward-look-
ing step," stated Mrs. Burton R.
Levey. Women's Division president.
Mrs. Alan Kessler cf South Dide,
Mrs. David Egozi of North Dade
and Mrs. Richard Levy of Miami
Beach each hosted separate meet-
Mi's. Dona'd Reiff. Is Women's
Division vice president of Com-
munitv Organizations.
Ncith Dade representatives attending the Women's Div
event included, from left, Mrs. Philip Bloom, preside
National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Miami So
Mrs. Adolph Berger, Women's Division, North Dade
chairman; Mrs. Matthew Ertinger, chairmen of the a-
North Dade; and Mrs. David Egozi, hostess of the day.
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Breath of Life Chapter of CARIH
is holding its annual paid-up mem-
bership luncheon Tuesday at 11:30
a.m. in the Kings Bay Yacht &
Country Club.
The Chapter again won the cov-
eted Fanny Lorber Founders award
fir the largest purse increase at
the rDtional convention in Denver,
having sent $3fi.000 to the hospital
to further its humanitarian work
with asthmatic chi'drcn. and also
in research. It also won the 200
Club award having 67 member*
who each turned in $200 or more
in one year. Mrs. Sam Magazine is
chairman of the day; Mrs. Gerald
Miller is president.
Free Loan Assn. Meets
The open meeting of the Great-
er Miami Hebrew Free I-oan Assn.
held Sunday, at Miami Beach Fed-
eral auditorium, 755 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach, was the sea-
son's first. The election of officers
and plans for their installation af-
fair were discussed. President of
the group is Isidore Schwartz;
Fred Och is fir.ancial secretary.
'County Fair' Dinner
The Naomi Group of Hadassah
is having a "County Fair" covered
dish dinner at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Phillip Margolesky,
11422 SW 104th Ave.. on Saturday.
Oct. 30; proceeds will go to Ha-
dassah Medical Center in Israel.
When more than 100 representatives of Jewish women's
community organizations shared their views on the common
goals for Miami and world Jewry recently, South Dade rep-
resentatives were, from left, Mrs. Burton Levey, president of
Federation's Women's Division; Mrs. Stanley Gilbert, secre-
tary. South Dade's chairman of the day; Mrs. David Ellison,
president cf Mt. Scopus Chapter of Hadassah; Mrs. Alan
Kessler, Women's Division bocrd member and hostess of
the day; Mrs. Morton Weinberger, South Dade area chair-
man of the Women's Division, and Mrs. Marvin Sheldon,
president of the South Dade Division of National Council of
Jewish Women.
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SOCIAL BRIEFS
by Isabel Grove
President's Day a Partnership in Dia-
logue," included, from left to right, Mrs. Irv-
ing Cypen, chairman of the day; Mrs. Mor-
ris Green, vice president of Mount Sinai
Hospital Auxiliary; Mrs. Richard Levy,
Miami Beach campaign coordinator of the
Women's Division and hostess for the day;
Mrs. Leonard Adler, president of the He-
brew Academy Women; Mrs. Michael Lip-
sky, Women's Division Miami Beach area
chairman, and Mrs. Sherman Kaplan, co-
chairman of the day.
Mrs. Sarah Cohen Joins Beth Tov Teaching Staff
.Mrs. Sarah Cohen, who teaches
8 i lass in Modern Hebrew at Ml-
Si nior High School, has join-
ed the teaching staff of Temple
}'.. th Tov, where she is supervising
both the Hebrew and Sunday
school. Mrs. Cohen, who is well
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Miss Cynthia Blitt is working
| with Mrs. Cohen as a Sunday
I school teacher. Registrations arc
still being accepted at the temple
office Sundays from 10 a.m. to
noon. Additional information may
be obtained by contacting Tom
Gauberg.
Beaux Arts Reception
The Beaux Arts and the Friends
of Art of the Lowe Art Museum,
University of Miami, will hold a
reception at the opening exhibi-
tion of the sculpture watercolors
and drawings of Jacob Epstein, at
8 p.m.. Thursday. Oct. 28.
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Formation and addition of a
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gram for 'Y' members at the YM-
YW'HA. 8500 S\V 8th St. has been
announced by Robert Silver, di-
rector of health and physical edu-
cation.
A boys fitness clinic, 4th thru
6th grades, is designed to stress
positive health habits and fitness
motivation. Individual perform-
ance and measurement charts will
be kept on each participant' en-
abling each boy to measure his
fitness progress. Clinics will be
held Mondays and Thursdays from
3:30 to 4:30 p.m., and will run for
a period of 15 weeks.
A men's fitness class is schedul-
ed Mondays from 7:30 to 8:45 p.m.,
and will include titness testing,
volley ball, supervised exercise
and jogging.
Third phase of the fitness pro-
gram will be geared to senior cit-
izen members of the Y. The pro-
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and exercises, games, fun skills
such as shuffle board, catching
and throwing, and modified bas-
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water will also make up part of
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A most festive New Year open
house was held at the home of
Irene and Bill Baros out Kendall
way. Irene sets one of the most
sumptuous and exquisite tables of
any local hostess in the area. She's
a ii! irvelous baker, making it dif-
ficult for her guests to say "No."
Among the 70 couples wishing
one another L'Sbana Tova after
services were Norm a and Harold
Abbott, Dolly and Ernie Harris,
Judge David Liebman and wife
Natalie, Felice Schwartz (Gerald
recuperating from recent sur-
gery I, Dr. Mclvin Lcvinson and
wife Joan, Rosita and Herschel
Levy. Rona and Marvin Guberman
and Ken and Morgan Levy. At
the door greeting the many guests
was the Baros' youngest, Margery.
The three older children are off to
distant colleges.
Others at the traditional sweet
table reminding all to "have a
sweet year," were Jean and Arthur
Meltzer ard Irma and Norman
Braman of Old Cutler Bay.
k it it
Just back from a three-week
whirlwind trip to Europe are Bob-
ette and Leo Acker-man. Highlight
of the journey was the reunion
with Bobettc's brother, Ted, now
living in Frankfurt but planning
to return permanently to the
states next vear.
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First holiday season in their
new home, in a new part of the
country for Paula and Ed Bovee
and their three formerly of
Silver Springs, Md. From their
Sky Lake manse, Shelley and
Larry will attend the new North
Miami Beach High School. Happy
to have the family circle enlarged
are Paula's sister Sylvia (Mrs.
Harry I Papier, and mother Mr*
Gus Ginsburg.
It & if
Lill Blasberg and son Larrh
and his wife, Arlene, left last weak
for a three week trip with a I M
Stop in San Francisco. Then a
flight to Hawaii where Larrie will
be installed as first veep of Uv-
J< wish Funeral Directors of Am -
tea, and circling back by the <
of Los Angeles where the famil}
has many relatives to visit.
A welcome addition to Arthj
Godfrey Rd. is the Colonial 3ook
Shoppe launched by Ramon Hor-
witz ami Elissa Slmbezg as
"family book shop, stocking selec-
tions especially designed t > c set
to every m 'mber of the famUs
from the youngest to the oldest."
They certainly carry one of the
largest selections of hardbacks and
paperbacks available under om--
roof in Miami Beach covering I
wide range of subjects and inter-
ests. Another feature of the slop,
is an extraordinary and exclusive
line of greeting cards for ev Tfl
occasion and mood, plus a large se-
lection of posters. And. brows r*
are welcome.
Chapter Celebrating
Eilat Chapter of Pioneer Women
will celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Levitan's tenth wedding anni.et-
sary with a musical program at
the meeting Tuesday at 8:0 p.m.
in the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave. An additional
feature of the evening will be the
installation of officers by Mrs.
Harriet Green. Council Presides*
Of Pioneer Women. Golda Meir
Chapter will hold its regular meet-
ing, Wednesday noon at the Wash-
ington Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave.
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Friday, October 2: 1971
A key to Metropolitan Dade County was presented by
Metro Mayor Stephen P. Clark Monday to an illustrious
visitor. Israel's Maj. Gen. Huini Herzog, who had earlier pre-
sented Mayor Clark with a manuscript used in preparing a
portion of the Encyclopedia Judaica.
Mayor Clark Accepts
Original Manuscript
4Y* Arid* Classes
To Fall Schedule
The YM-YUHA. in cooperation
with the Bureau of Jewish Krluea-
tion has added two classes to its
fall program.
A cl3 in Mystical Thought be-
gins Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 7:30
p.m. Discussions will center
t around Kabatlah and Hassidim.
Kxcori'ts from the Zoha.r will be
read and discussed and the rela-
tionship of Judaism to astrology
will be analyzed.
The History of Jewish Resist-
ance also begins Nov. 3, at 8:30
p.m. It will trace the background
of Jewish resistance from Bar-
Kochbar through the Nazi regime,
to the posture of Jews in the
world today.
Both classes will meet for a
period of eight weeks.
Lincoln Chapter Meets
Lincoln Chapter 1288, B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a regular
meeting in the club room at 100
Lincoln Rd. Wednesday at 12:30
p.m.
New Horizons Jewish Community Raises
Funds For American Red Magen David
Loaders of the Jewish commun-
ity of Now Horizons will turn over
1 '$1,250 check to the American
Rod Magen David for Israel Fri-
day morning during 10 a.m. oere-
n*or ies in the Nofth Dade condo-
minium, 19001 N.E. 14th Ave.
A new nmbukince to be shiixped
to Israel by tho Red Magcd -David'
organizition. which represents Is-
rael's official Rod Cross aironcy.
will be on display at the Friday
program.
Hynlnn Pernick, chnirman, and
Louis Gok."'x-rg. cochairman of the
New Horizons Jewish community,
will hand over the proceeds from
their High Holy Days appeal to
Samuel Reinhard.
Mr. Reir.h-ird is Florida state
chairman for the American Red
Magen David for Israel and first
vice president of the Greater Mi-
ami Hebrew Academy.
Other officers of the New Hori-
zons group include Max Borsuk.
''oasii-f": Jacob Schwab, record-
ing secretary, and Lpo Sch,chter
financial secretary.
The organization also aispd
funds during tho holidays for tho
Hebrew Home for the Aired 0(
Miami Boich, tho \'ar:c-t> CJii.
dren*s Hospital, North Ife'ie R?.
iarded Children's Horn- nri th?
NortM' 'Da'dc"CrippIe,1 CMl&wf*
Home.
Dr. Allen Pollock Youth
Aliyoh Luncheon Speaker
Dr. Allen Pollack, a professor at
Yoshiva University. New York, and
the Associate Chairman of the
Kxecutive Committee of the Am-
eiican Zionist Federation, -nil I*
the guest speaker at the nnua)
Youth Aliyah Luncheon Hj.
Miami Chapter of Hada^-ih. in
the Diplomat Hotel. Monday Nn
22.
Reservations for the lu ^heon
may bo made through the Miami
Chapter Youth Aliyah eh.-. man,
Mrs. Jack Cohen.
Miamians became heir this week
to hi i-rigir. il manuscript used In
the forthcon a of the En-
4-\ cl h :-'i baa ;
1 -- the -1 vis
community."
M 1. i;- 1'.' n I [aim Herz
c; I ed so
I chairman the boari
Kete pany, m d

P. Clark. Gea
Ji- 1 Mayor C
'.. b tund '
I :. i.'.l. wliil
tele\ on c an <. n tnd news
II oorded the signifi-
cant mom: nt.
The manuscript Mayor Clark1
acoei ted di da with that aectl 01
in the Encyclopedia on the role
Jews have played in the history
the southern i'n.i id States. Keter!
officials said this ta t-'1" Hrst time
nn origii al manuscript in the ency-
clopedia has b en officially pro-
s'-:.t -d in this enuni rj
The Encyclopedia Jur'.Lea itself
has ho>n d"scr;b"d iis an outstand-
ing intellectual account of th !
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KEISER UNVEILING
The dedication of a
monument to the memory
of the late
SARAH KEISER
President Emeritus of the
Miami Beach Hebrew Home
for the Aged
Beloved Mother of
Morton and Dorothy Keiser,
will take place
Sunday, Oct. 24, 1971
at 12 noon at
Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
Rabbi David Raab officiating.
Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.
Jev ish people, it di Ives into sub-'
iects such as Zionism, Jewish mys-1
the H tori w language,
in is scheduled for pub-,
in .1 inuary.
Bo!) Burns Names
Campaign Lenders
Dr. Paul G nan has b< en
led c '-campaign < at a r by
ns, candidate for Miami
); ach city council in the Group 5
race. The primary municipal elec-
tion is sched l- d No\. '_'.
Dr. Glassman served as earn-
er for Judge Norman
' cc ssful race for coun-
cil four years ago. H< is a mem-
ber of the Klks, Moose, Knights
of Pythias, Dado Osteopathic As-
sociation, Florida Aviation Asso-
ciation and the Dade County
Mental Health Agency.
Mr. Burrs, whose headquarters
arc at 35Q Lincoln Rd., is an at-
torney and former fireman who
has lived 26 yean in Miami Beach.
His campaign slogan is "Put a
Smile Back on the Face of Miami
Beach."
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School ami the Uni-
versity of Miami, Mr. Burns is a
veteran of the Korean War, and
formerly served on tho Miami
Beach Personnel Board.
40 Students Consecrated
At Temple Beth Sholom
Some 40 "new" boys and girls
from kindergarten through the
fourth grade were consecrated at
a special ceremony during Sim-
chat Torah services at Temple
Beth Sholom. Dr. Leon Kronish,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion, welcomed the now students
into the fold.
A luncheon was hosted by tho
Sisterhood Parent Council, under
the chairmanship of Mrs. Michael
Albin. after the service In honor
of the consecrants and their
families.
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Ambassador Yitzhak Rabin
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q Yitzhak
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AMBASSADOR YITZHAK RABIN
|nn< honoring Harry A. (Hap)
: ~i lent-elecl of the Miami
American Friends of the
iebrew I'mv isity.
Tl linner vs. ill be held Tuesday.
kuv. 9, at the Fontatnebteau Hotel.
iv public is invited; reservations
la) be s cured at the Hebrew
sity office, 605 Lincoln Rd.
A bassador Rabin stems from
ition who first won. and
lei >nded Israel's freedom.
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Having visited Israel frequently,
he has firsthand knowledge and
experience of the continued need
for the educational thrust needed
by Israel to foster among its
youth the leadership necessary to
maintain a viable democracy in
the generations ahead.
Hebrew University is the largest
university of its kind in the world.
Its enrollment is more than 16,000
students, with more than 2,000
coming from the United States.
Among its many faculties are
those of medicine, dentistry, law,
pharmacy, agriculture, social sci-
ence, applied science and divisions
of social work and [>sychology.
Rabbi Landau To
Aid VA Patients
Rabbi Sol Landau is one of 14
additional part-time Jewish chap-
lains assigned to Veterans Ad-
ministration hospitals and other
military installations by the Na-
tional Jewish Welfare Board.
An announcement this week
said the new appointments bring
to a total of 240 those indorsed,
served and supplied by the Com-
mission on Jewish Chaplaincy.
The commission is composed of
representatives of the Central
Conference of American Rabbis,
the Rabbinical Assembly and the
Rabbinical Council of America.
Rabbi Landau will serve with
Rabbi Solomon Schiff as a back-
up chaplain to Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man, the Jewish chaplain for the
VA hospital in Miami.
Psychologist PTA's
Guest Speaker
Dr. Morris B. Cross, noted psy-
ch logist and psychotherapist, was
to sjK''tk on "Are Oirr Kids Really
Ours?" Thursdnv night ai 8 ty-
i'ore members of the Greater Mi-
ami Hebrew Academy P.T.A. at
the Miami Beach schools auditor-
I ium, 2400 Pine Tree Dr.
The brother of Rabbi Alexander
\ S. Gross, Academy principal. Dr.
I Gross is assistant professor of edu-
cational [xsych 'o^y at Lehman
College, City University of New
York. He received his doctorate
ricm Columbia University, and is
now a psych. :h-ripst at the Ja-
maica Certr r of Psychotherapy in
New York City.
Dr. Gross, author of I'svcholo-
gists's Cosebo ik," was to open the
meeting to questions from repre-
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schools Invited by the P.T.A.
Mrs. Stuart M. Rapec Ls serving
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Robert Segal and Mrs. Abel Holtz; Mrs. Berlram Thorpe
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* Jen isfi /nkrictiaun
Friday, October 22
391
QaSi Mityoak
.WJfcJNOY HI.UIOM)
Wendy, the daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Leroy Diamoi.1, will become
JAY LEVY
On Saturday. Oct. 23. Jay Har-
ris, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
b Bat Mzvah dunng the late Fn- ?an ^ 1531 sw g^ c .,
ley evening; services at B.-th Torah
Congregation Oct. 22.
Wendy is a member o! the fifth
He Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
\m.
Luis Brafman
Lisa forman
Jay Levy
grade class t Beth iar-' Ja>" is i;l the c'Shth grade at Ison f M- Abraham Singer and j Thomas, an eighth grade shi-
eld Wolk Relieious School and an : ,Vest Miami 3unior Hi8h School. ; \ Iat.c Mr- Singer, will be Bar dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
old Wolk Religious School and an
eighli grade stud?nt at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School..
In Wendy's honor, her parents
will sporsor the Oneg Shabbat
lollowing the service. The guests
He attends Camp Comet in th?
summers, and has won the out-
standing marksman award in
riflery for the past three years
Saturday, after the ceremony.
a
loijow.ng the service. The guests .. "*" ..,': LT "^""J-
will include her grandparents. Mr.< "^ Parents will host the Kiddush: a
and Mrs. Harrv Herman of Miami reception will be held in Temple
r,. ^ ... Beth Am s = Harry iz
Beach, and Dr. and Mrs. Perry I Beih An\s iOC U halL
Berman of Philadelphia. Pa. r"twn ^^^ wil1 '"elude
* -ft
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Klein and
Ronald of Mansfield. Ohio; Mr.
1 the daughter of Mr. and ^ Mrs. Morris Shor, Mr. and Mrs.
Kelvin Forman. will observe ?faRlt^.F!cnr; Mr 2nd Mrs- Henry
>._ ^, .... i. .. Snor Rl"hn-d anrl TkK-
L.ISA FORMAN
he: Bat Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation, Friday evening. Oct.
22.
Lisa, a honor student in Beth
Toi Ma Harold Wclk Religious
School, is new enrolltd in the pre-
cor.firmation class. She is a'so an
ho: ors math student at John F.
Ken.-Kdy Junior High School.
The guests will include her
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Grossman of North Miami Beach.
<* tr &
LUIS BRAFMAN
Luis, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aron Brafman of Miami Beach
Will become a Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
ple Menorah, Saturday morning,
Oct. 23.
Luis is a student at the Hebrew
Academy, where he is in the
eighth grade.
A Kiddush following services
will be held at Teirrole M'-no'ah
and a reception and dinner will be
held Saturday evening at the Deau-
ville Hotel in celebration of the
occastfti.
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EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR
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Miami, Ha. 33101.
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and Mrs. David Rosenberg. Miss
Fsthr Segall of Baltimore. Mark
Goldberg of Philadelphia. Pa., and
other friends and relatives from
Miami Beach and Hollywood.
b & ALAN LEE
Alan, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Lee, will become a Bar
Mitzvah at the Beth Torah Cong-
regation, Saturday, Oct. 23.
Alan is a member of the Fifth
grade class at Beth Torah's Har-
old Wolk Religious School.
In Alan's honor, his parents will
sponsor the Kiddush following the
services. The guests will include
his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry D. Lee of Washington, D.C.,
and Mrs. Harry Tager of Montreal,
Canada.
it it it
RANDY GREENSTEIN*
Randy Evan, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jason Greenstein. 9400 SW
25th St.. will celebrate his Bar
Mit/.vah at Temple Or Olom Sat-
urday morning. Oct. 23.
Randy, a ninth grader at Rock-
way Junior High School, will con-
tinue as a second year student in
the temple's Hebrew High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Greenstein will
host the Oneg Shabbat Friday
evening, the Kiddush following the
1 services Saturday, and a dinner-
dance in Randy's honor Saturday
| evening at Temple Or Olom.
Among the honored guests will
be Randy's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. H. Price of Cincinnati.
| Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis
j Greenstein of Brookline, Mass.,
I Mr. and Mrs. Hal Lebeaux, Brook-
line, Mass., and Mrs. Edythe Lucas
of Cincinnati.
it it &
MORRIS Ml/K \( III
Morris, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Mizrachi will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, Oct.
23, at the Israelite Center Temple.
Morris is a student at the
temple's Religious School and is
in the 6th grade at Dade Elemen-
tary School.
The celebrant will be honored
at a luncheon following the serv-
< 8. Among the guests will be his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Mizrachi, from Tampa.
it it ir
THEODORE SINGER
Saturday morning, Oct. 23. in
the Main Sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid, Theodore Lewis, the
Mitzvah.
Theodore is a student of Lear
School and attends Ner Tamid
Religious School.
A kiddush will follow the serv-
ices and a reception in Ted's honor
will be held at the Balmoral Hotel
Saturday.
Guests will include his grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lane,
of Bristol, Tenn., and uncles and
aunts. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Singer
and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Singer
of New York, and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Dalton of Miami Beach.
it it &
ANDREW BERNSTEIN
During the worship services at
Beth David Congregation Satur-
day. Oct. 23, Andrew Carl, the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Bernstein, 5925 SW 64th PI., will
be called to the Torah as a Bar
Mitzvah.
The celebrant is an eighth
grade student at South Miami Jun-
ior High School and attends Beth
David Religious School, where he
is in Hebrew Grade 6.
Andrew's aunts and uncles from
Maine, New York and Washington.
D.C., will be present to help him
celebrate the occasion; a recep-
tion in the Holiday Inn, Coral
Gables, will follow the ceremon-
ies.
it it it
DONNA BARSON
Donna Kay. the daughter of Jan-
ice and Barry Barson, 6989 SW
125th St., v.-.Il celebrate her Bat
Mitzvah at Beth David Congrega-
tion Friday, Oct. 22.
The ceiebrant is a student at
Palmetto Junior High School,
where she is in the eighth grade,
and is on Hebrew grade level 1-B
at Beth David Religious School.
Donna will be honored by her
parents at a Sunday brunch to be
held at Kings Bay Yacht and
Country Club. Her grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barson, and
Mildred Klein, will be among the
honored guests.
CT ir ir
THOMAS S. GARRON
Thomas S. Garron. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Milton Garron, will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
El. Hollywood, on Saturday, Oct.
23.
MOE
HYMAN
People's choice with 500
Voters signatures. He attends
all council meetings and all
T.D.A. meetings as watchdog
for voters and taxpayers.
Will not let Rescue, Fire,
Police leave Beach! He wants
Beach Care back .
Pd. Pol. Adv.
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Tutor In Hebrew and Yiddish
Will privately tutor your child in
Hebrew, Bar Mitxva and reading in
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evenings. Cost reasonable. 534-4352
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High School, will conduct the wor-
ship service and read from the
Torah.
His great-grandmother. Mrs.
Lillian Goldsmith of Cleveland,
Ohio, and grandpa: ents Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Fierstein of Hallan-
dale and Mr. and Mrs. David Gar-
ron of Miami Beach, and Mr. an!
Mrs. Robert Pickett cf West Palm
Beach will be on hand to join in
the festivities.
Beaeh Lodge To
Meet Monday "Site
First ev ni: g m
Miami Beach | i : ...
the 1971-72 i ,- m
Monday at 7:30 pi. the cliS
loom of the 10) I..:
B tUdengi -Moe-Reiffen
. the 1 dge, now in its 2 th v,a.
Nina Diamond, so;. ., 3
Henry Howard, dram
Une an entcitr.inment r.mi aril
anged by a Mmmfttee ncludS
Irving Schatzrr.in. Nat s k sul
Kammerstein. Phil Lubitz, \aI|
Friedman and Sam 9adow.
The lodge's lunchon c : '>. #
:n its 23rd year, continu s -v .y,.
meetings at 12:30 p.m. Tuosdak
also at 100 Lincoln Rd.
Speakers will include (' ick Hall I
Tuesday; Sam Paecoe. State B'nail
B'rith president. Nov. 2: ,:id Col
P.'il Cohen, Nov. 9. G.-rsh -.< MUfefl
la luncheon club chairman.
Youth Symphony Concert
The Carmen Nappo Youth Sym-
phony will make its fourth annual
Veteran's Day appearance in the
Miami Beach auditorium Sunday at
7:30 p.m. in a concert presented by
the Miami Beach Cultural Society
and sponsored by Chase Federal,
Savings & Loan Association as a \
public service. The orchestra's 37th !
performance will feature Arm Ev- j
ans and Allen Gildersleeve. accom-:
panied by Warren Broome and pi-
anist Maria Juarez as guest artists:
conducting will be Jim Tiedemann.
Marjorie Gould Hahn, and Peter
Fuchs.
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October 22, 1971

Commitment Day For Peace''
well-known Dadc County organizations have united
,, give every citizen in Dado County the opportunity
.,, a commitment for peace Sunday, Oct. 31, at 2 p.m. in
ggyf, nl Park Auditorium.
" XI* 'Community Commitment Day for Peace in Southeast
^ia'1 is the community-wide eifort of Church Women United
ter Miami-North and South, National Council of Jewish
v | National Council of Negro Women and the Young Worn-
en's ChrLst-in'-Assocwtion:
* Jewish fhrkfon
Page 13-B
Fred Duran Runs
For Commission
Fred Dm an, candidate for Mi-
ami city commission, is running
on a six-point platform including
establishment of "an exciting Lat-
in Quarter" to compete for Carib-
bean and Latin America-bound
11 tourists.
"*ff\o 35-year-old veteran of the
Bay of Pigs invasion also calls for
increased police services and the
enhancement of Miami's natural
beauty through zoning.
Other planks include the utili-
zation of land in expressway cor-
ridors for recreation centers, de-
velopment of a rapid transit sys-
tem as a project of Miami's
involvement in the United States
Bicentennial and a campaign to
obtain more inter-American busi-
ness headquarters in Miami.
Mr. Duran is a graduate of the
University of Miami Law School,
Louisiana State University and
Valley Forge Military Academy.
He spent two years in a Castro
prison in Cuba, and weighed only
95 pounds when released.
AFTER CALIFORNIA VISIT
Brandeis Camp Plans
For Florida Proceed
Rosen Urges
Vote Drive
I'! ins for a Brand !.-: Camp In-
stitute in Florida are proceeding,
following a visit to the Southern
California pilot project for Jew-
ish college youth by A. B. Wiener.
Mr. Wiener, chairman of the
special commission on Jewish edu-
cation of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, toured Dr. Shlomo
Bardin'8 "Laboratory of Living
Judaism" at Santa Suaana, 35
miles northwest of Los Angeles.
The Federation leader said
there is growing acceptance in the
American Jewish community of
the lasting impact upon Jewish
college youth of a four-week stay
I at the California camp.
Greater Miami Jewish leaders,
'he noted, have ong been interested
in the Brand, is methodology pio-
i.erred for 31 years by Dr. Barddfl
and his faculty, and recently laud-
(d in a Time Magazine article as
"the Brandeis effect" in combat-
ting alienation of Jev.lsh college
youth.
"Plans are already under way in
Florida." Mr. Wit ner said, "to
create a Brandeis-type facility of
our own, based upon the eminent-
i successful patterns pioneered at
BC1 in the last/ three decades."
Initial plans were made by
Greater Miami leaders during a
visit to the area several month.-
ago by Dr. Bardin, whose aid w a -
solicited in blueprinting ideas foi
the project, selecting a mid-Flori-
da site and considering a properly
oriented faculty.
Greater Miami. Mr. Wiener said
will take leadership in the Florida
plan, which envisions, at the out-
set, creation of a 500 thousand
dollar fund through contributions
of $1,000 each by 500 supporters
of a Brandeis Camp Institute for
Florida.
The Santa Susana Institute was
also visited this summer by Rabbi
Joseph r.. Narot, Temple Israe
of Greater Miami, and Mis. Narol
Other Greater Miami area leaders
in the project include Rabbi M I
i is A, Kippt :. Ti mple Judea; Rab-
' i I.eon Kronish. Temple Beth
Sholom, ami Rabbi Irving Lehr-
rempl Emanu-El.
A new federal grant of SI32,000 obtained through the
Program Development Division of the United Fund,
v.'ill enable the Homemakers Services Division of the
Visiting Nurse Association of Dade County to double
its present service, which enables many local families
to cany on in times of emergency. Here two youngsters
whose mother is ill are being sent off to school by a
mother-substitute.
Noting the apparent low inter-
est in the Miami Beach election
scheduled for Nov. 2, Councilman
Harold R< sen this week urged all
fraternal, civic, business and reli-
gious organizations to launch gct-
out-the-vote campaigns.
Mr. Rosen, whose two-man race
in Group 4 will be decided in the
primary balloting, urged support
for the doctors-on-ambulances ref-
erendum. He also pointed to the
need for a large vote on the cor-
porate profits income tax amend-
ment. to be on a special state bal-
lot the same day.
The former municipal judge add-
ed new endorsements from the
Progressive Democratic Club, Ho-
tel and Restaurant Employees Lo-
cal No. 255 of the AFL-CIO and
from Metro Mayor Steve Clark.
Lloyd Apple, Veteran Miami Caterer,
Opening Restaurant in Maison Grande
p.m. for dinner, and valet parking
will be available. Reservations for
both lunch and dinner are sug-
tEGAL NOTICE
&
fr *
United Fund Campaign
Total Now $4,291,628

' Tt H. Fite. United Fur.,1
c tm-paign chairman, an-
nounced this week that the total
to date is $4,291,628. or
'' : this year's goal of $6,148-
tign vice chairman S. Hay-
Wills' 'Unit C" has once
i the pace for the 14 cam-
paign reporting units. Wills re-
port I attaii Ing 90.9^ ol' his goal.
The pari-mutuei industries of
I funty race tracks and
J>'; A,ii long-time major sap-
porters of the United Fund, were
Fi*>ver thc.r goal with a total con-
J 'ion of $137,803.
' inteers continue to maintain
' |>ercentage lead over last
year reoord-Mttbig campaign, but
Mr. Fite pointed out that well over
a million dollars in re'itively small
Rifts of last year have not been
"Paul from yet this year. He
'" I the volunteers to complete
heir calls as soon as possible, as
'Ws than a month remains before
vclopment Division of the United
Fund, which also has announced
two other major grants during the
past few weeks. This grant will en-
able the Homemaker Service to
more than double their present
case load to over 400 families.
The primary purpose of the serv-
ice is to enable families to con-
tinue normal routines, such as work
and school, in times of family
crisis. For example, when a mothei
is hospitalized and the father must
work, the homemaker temporarily
cares tor the children and home.
tii,
18.
campaign completion date, Nov.
A highlight of the meeting was
thc Visiting Nurse Association an-
nounceaiem; o! a new federal grant
132,0C0, to provide emergency
homi-maker ca^ Thx, gINmt was
obtained through the Program De-
D. Lee Powell Is
Luncheon Honoree
Former Miami Beach Mayor D.
Lee Powell will be honored for his
29 years of service to the com-
munity at a luncheon Thursday.
Nov. 11. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Tickets to the luncheon are avail-
able at the Miami Beach Chamber
of Commerce. 1688 Meridian Ave.,
and at City Hall. 1130 Washington
Ave.
Chuck Hall is chairman of the
event, and Arthur Courshon is
vice chairman. Jim Ruby is ticket
chairman for the service clubs.
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
TO A I.I. T<> \\ mo.\i THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME OREETIN08:
WhereuR. AI ha VAREI \. Ml iml,
Florida; FRANK DIAZ, Miami, Flo-
rida ADA ak..i a.m '. .uluiu,, r........i
did on ili.- Mli day of May. AD. 196S
cause to be incorporated undo- the
laws nf the Soil.' of Florida I R" A
MARKETING, INC. a corporation,
with Its principal place ot busmena ;,.
Miami. Had.' County in the State of
Florida, and whereas writ enmora*!"'!
,li.l .hi the 13th day of October, A.D.
1971, cause t" in- itlea in mo on.ee
.if the lieoartment of .stale of the
state of Florida, the documentary
authority required under Section
808.27, Florida Statutes, showing the
dissolution of sui-h corporation.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereby certify to the fore-
Knina a.al that he is. satisfied that
ihe requirements of the law have bean
complied with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto sei my hana anu nave .>
fixed the deal Seal of the State of
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital,
tins the Thirteenth day of October,
A I>. 1971.
RICHARD (DICK) STONE
Secretary of state
M 22 71
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 71-7472
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN UK: the Marriage of
LUTHER TYSON, Husband
and
SHARON TYSON, Wife.
TO: SOT. LUTHER TYSON
261645009
80th A111> Company AMMO APO
San Francisco 86491
YOi*. I.rTHF.it tyson. are hereby
notified that a Petition for Dissolu-
you are required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleadi.is to the Peti-
tion on the Pi liinn.'i s attorney,
l AWRENCE RODOBR8, ESQ., -S
West FlRRler Street. Miami, Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing In the office of the clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before Nov. M,
1971. If you fall to do so, Judgment by
default will be taken against you for
the relief requested in the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in the .IF.WISH Fl OKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida this 19th day of October, 1971.
i: 1! I BATHBRMAN, Clerk
i Circuit Court. Pade County, Florida
By: R. M. KISSKi".
Deputy clerk
(Circuit Com I Seal)
I.AWItF.NCE HOIx'.KUS. KSlJ.
8 Wesl Klagler Street
Miami, Florida
Attorney for. Petitioner
10/22-29 11/5-12
One of the area's best known
banquet and catering directors.
Lloyd Apple, has signed an agree-
ment to operate the restaurant Rested, according to Mr. Apple,
opening in the new Maison Grande
Condominium at 6039 Collins Ave.
The restaurant, to be known as
"Lloyd's of the Maison Grande,"
will feature cuisine in the conti-
nental manner, and quiet, relaxed,
efficient anil friendly service will
be stressed by the staff Mr. Apple
said.
The French Renaissance dining
room, which has been designed m
keeping with the overall atmos-
phere of the Maison Grande, will
have an adjoining outdoor French-
Style sidewalk cafe, for the con-
venience of those relaxing in the
pool, sundcek or sauna areas.
Lunch will be served beginning
at 11:30 a.m. in the restaurant.
scheduled to be open to the public
in the early part of December. The
dining room will reopen at 5:30
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*Jewisii ftcridfirun
Friday, October 22,
Obituaries
BOARDMAN. Il.i'in.i, M. STSfl S\V
25th Tit. Levitt.
coleman, rtiin,- i:. si, uaifl n.w.
Bth A\f. North Miami. Rlversldt
I.ilerment Ml. Sinai.
RETSKIN, William. 80, of M It River-
iddc inri rmenl Mi Sinai.
ROSEN. Ettle, of v M.B Riverside
SALMANSOHN. Louis, 18, 1"4" N.W.
'.< ti Ti r St .. ma ..
WEINSTEIN. Jacob, s_ I
Ave M B. Rla hi ri .,.,.
BERGER. Sol, S6, Baj Harbor la-
lands, Rlven>lde
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ORANOE PARK APARTMENTS Rl
58M South Dixie Highway, so. Miami.
Florida. 33143 Intend to reglstei said
name with the Clerk of Hie Circuit
Court of Hi,iii County, Florida.
HAY BKRRIN
REVBEN BERG-STEIN
ln.i-.v ir.-22
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Opet Every Day Closed Scrbbofh
14f>SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ....
NOTICE IS HEREBY IITATIN 'that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
uusiness unaer thi fictidous name ol
PEREZ ENTERPRISES. INC 'I b a
ABC MARINE al 10421 N.W. 87th Av-
enue, Miami, Florida, Intends i<> reg-
ister said name with Hie clerk of the
Circuit Court of Di de County, Florida.
PEREZ ENTERPRISES, INC.
.i Florida corporation
Leonard .! Kallsh
Attoi lej for applicant
I >ul N :n Building
Miami, Florida
m 22-28 11 .'.-12
gMercUVfopet
Mmt err
National Funeral
Director* Ansn.
Florldi* Funeral
'**ieotorM Assn.

L 865-2353
720 S-, fi'il Sti
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE"S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71-4290
In RE: Bstate of
ANNA LOl'KOTA,
D, ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Againsl Sai'i Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
i,i present any claims and demands
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIV EN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business umier the fictitious name
of OASIS All! CONDITIONERS INC.
at 771 B.W. lth Avc Miami, Ha. in-
tend la register said num.- uh the
Clerk of the Circuit Court df Dade
County, Florida. _
ROBERTO SUAREZ
i ILGA SUAREZ
RAMON FBRNANOEX
I" 22.2S 11 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NmME LAW
NOTICE is- tibRebT "or\ kn rhai
the underslgi ed, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nnme ol
LN PERU IRS UNLIMITED, INC al
456 Biltmore Way, Coral GableB, t -
rlda, Intend i" register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court "t
Dade County, Florida.
PETER EHREN, President
ELIZABETH EHREN, Secretary ;."',
K CRT WELL1SCH
Attoi ney for
INTERIORS UNLIMITED, INC.
i" 22-28 11 5-12
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
whh ii
>.- tate
late of
i "ouiny
file the
vided
ntes, i
ui-th.
you may have against the
>f ANNA LOUKOTA. deceased
Dade County, Florida, to the
.)ui- "i i miIi- l 'ounty, ami
sam< i" duplicate and as pro-
i Si .iion 733.10, Florida Btat-
i their offices In Hie County
use In Dade County, Florida,
m M< zt o+i
A
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
i.uc.ciin JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OK FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 71-2024*
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
-\i i-. i B i.xi i isiti >. Plaintiff
and
OSYAI iki EXPOSITO, Defendant
T- I OSVALUO EXPI 'SITU
> i ii \l:i. I Khll i Si ITIFIED
thai an action for Dissolution of Mai
rlage has been filed against you ami
are required i" serve oup) "t your
.....ifensi ii any, to u on
Manuel Zaiac, attorney for Petitioner,
whose address I5 s ': o
nue, Suite 610, Miami, Florida 23131,
ami file the original mui Uie uiers
the above styled court on or be-
fori November 26, 1171; otherwise a
'"' -i
f..r the relief demanded In the com-
plaim or petition
II be publ hi -\ once
... for four inm utive i
.ii THE JEM l.-'l! FU IRIDIAN
\ i !' > r..-.- in. hlllld aiol ll
url 11 Mis ml Floi iila \
: i
H. B I K \.v.
.
Dad
' N I i
\~ I lepu
lit i urt
?
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
'ORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE N\,E AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
To ALL TO WIH'.M THESE PRES-
!: \\ i "'1J|K ''"''"''l.w
Whereas ELI BERBER Miami
V- i ARNOI Ii SI.ii.MI-:. Ml-
onu Ed ich, Fla : and SHE) LA REICH-
i-..\ Kckii M im Id si h, Florida, 'lei
on the 22nd day of August, A D I960
.ii-. to be incorporated under the
lav f <* <\.:\. .. Florida BONN \
aiaim-:.. INC. a corporation, with Its
principal place of business al Miami
Beach, DadV County in the State ol
Florida, and whereas such enrunra-
.lion did on the i.",ih day of October,
A.T>. mi, cause to be filed in the
office of th- D-nnrlmcnr of State of
|h Slate of Florida. the documen-
tary authority required under Bec-
,t|on 608.27, Florida Statutes, showing
the dissolution of such corporation
Now therefore, the Secretary of
state does hereby certify to the fore-
gplng ami that he Is satisfied thai
file requirements ,,f the law have
been complied with.
IN WITNESS WHEUE-
fF, r have hereunto set
my hand and have af-
fixed the Great Seal of
the State of Florida, at
Tallahassee, the Capital.
this the l.-,th day of
October. A D. 1971.
RICHARD fDICK) STONE
Secretary of state
in/22-29 11/6-12
within six calendar months from the
lime of the flrsi publication hereof,
or the same ill be l ... red.
Dated Rl Mi.inc. Florida, this ImIi
. | irioh, i. A.l>. 1971.
FRANK i RUZICKA
As Executor
publication of this nol
>nd i ioldm in, loldsti In ,>; Pai ler
Ai'nrneys i r Executor
Frank .1 Ruxli ka
.....i u esi Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 331SS
in 22-2S ll 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOrt DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71-4167
In RE: Estate of
i.EOKliK SEVMORE also known as
GEORGE SEY.MOUH ami also known
as OEORUE SEYMOURS
Deci ased.
-OTICE TO CREDITORS
To All < redltors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands
Auainsl Said ICj-tate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the Batata
of UEORQK 8BYMORE also known as
GEORGE BEYMOUR and also known
as GEORGE 8EYMOURE, deceased
late ol Dade County, Florida to the
County Judges of Had.- Counts', and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.111. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the I
time of the first publication hereof, or i
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Hih
day "f toner. A l> 1971
AUGUSTA J. MORTIMER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 22nd day < October, 1971
PAUL & THOMSON
Attorney for Estate of
GEORGE SBYMORE
ill Flrsi National Bank Building
Miami, Florida 33131
in 22-29 11 "i-U
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-20228
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LUIS EYEKAHDO MARTINEZ
i 'ItESPi'. Petl.....ler
ami
.P ISEFINA .H IRGE DIAZ
Respondent
Tl i .]i iSEPINA .Ii IRGE I HAZ
Iti Idem Ih Itnlii
Apt Ni i. 34 s- i mo !'
Urbi var
i 'ha raci
Vein !u< .i Si iuth A mi rli :i
'. n irgr ni \y. ,<
n bill
h been filed
ii ire n quired
to sen \ our Am v
the Pis'.itlftn i IASPAR B.
First Avenue, Mi-
ne origi-
nal Answci or Pleadl : In ilie office
Ci nit i'nun on
or before ihe 26 day of Nov., 1971.
ii ;. on fall lo il i o. judgment bj de-
f it-It n i!l he i Inst you foi
he relief di manded in the Bill of
ilnt.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive week--
In THE IEW isn FIXJRID1AN.
DONE AND IIHIIKIIKD at Miami.
Florida, this 19 day of Oct. A. D I9T1
I-: B, LEATH EIUIAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By; R, M KI8SEE
11.iniv Clerk
I Circuit Court Sea 11
CASPAR H ALDRICH
"t \ lv First Avenue
Miami. Florida 33131
Attorney for Plaintiff
10/22-2!' 11 '5-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-19957
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: MARRIAGE < IP
i;ai:y ash LEY
and
I" >KI rTHY ASHLEY
To: GARY ASHLEY
rot" ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution ol Mar-
riage has been filed againsl you and
you are required to serve a copj of
vour written defenses, If any. to it on
"mautin D. I.run:, attorney for
petitioner, whose address is 4v".4 N.W.
7th Avenue. Miami. Florida, and file
the original with the clerk of the
above styled court on or before Nov-
ember 26, 1971: otherwise a default will
be entered againsl you for the reliel
demanded In the complain! or petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In Till-: JEWISH Fl OR1D1AN.
WITNESS my hand and the sea] of
said court al Miami, Florida on this
15th day of > ictober, ^:'7i
E B LEATHERMAN,
As Clerk, Circull Court
l lade Count). Florida
By: C. P. C' IPELAND
As I", put) Clerk
(Circuit ll I" t Seal i
iiamau and i.run:. ESQ.
1 s..I N.W, Tih Avenue
Miami. Floi Ids 33127
Attorney for Petitioner
10 22-29 11 "-1-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71.4385
In UK: Estate of
SAUL BROWN
1 >*.....ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
iiiK Chums or Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present tiny claims and demands
which you may have againsl the es-
tate of SAI'I. BROWN deceased lute
of New York County, New York to
the County Judges of l>ade County.
and file the same in duplicate and as
Pfiovidsjd hi Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices 111 the Coun-
ty Courthouse III Dade ODunty, Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Haled ;tt Hew York, New York, this
15th day of October. AD l'.'il
EVELYN B. PARKER
As Domiciliary Personal
Representative
First publication of this notice on
the I'-Jnd day of October, 1971
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
I K YIN SI l.\ Ai KENIN
Attorneys for Bstate of
SAC l. BROWN
1150 8 W, im Bti.....i. Miami, Florid:,
10/22-29 11 S-12
NOTICE OF SUIT
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION.
No. 71-20039
SUIT FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
JENNIE VERA ROBINSON
Wife
vs.
ROY ROiSlNSi N
Husband ,
You RV* ROBINS' 'N are hen bj
fled thai a Petition for Dissolu-
tion ol Marrlagi I bi i rl filed againsl
nil, d u are required to serve g
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
tn( Bi|| f complaint on the Wife*
Attorney, MARSHALL B FISHER.
7914-A S.W. 104th Sire. I. .Miami. Flo-
rida 33136 and file the original An-u-
,i or Pleading In the olflce of the.
Clerk of the Circull Court on or be-
fore the 28th day of November. 1971.
li you fail l" do so. juilKineiu by de-
fault will be taken against you for tn<
relief demanded In the Bill ol C.....-
This notice shall be published once
each week for bur consecutive Weeks
In THE JEM ISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Floi ma. this iin day of October A.D.
i: B. I.KATHKItMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court.
I lade County, Florida
By C I' COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
xfARSHALL B. FISHER
7914-A s \v. i4ih Street
Miami. Florida 331.16
Attorney for Plaintiff
in :':-:'.i ll 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'TTnH:
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT*"*
FLORIDA-IN PROBAT= '
No. 71-4153 (PRIMMi E
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of 5
IK\ i\ WELNUltl IFF
I lecensed.
To All Creditors and ,\
niR Claims or D< tt
Estate.
You are hereby i
quired to present in \ .
ntands which you ma>
the estate of [RVIN
deceased late of Had. i ,,
Mat, to tin- Count) Ju
i'ounty, and fill thi jj
ci,- and a- pro.i idi tl '!
16, Florida StatUtl .
in tin iount) i". u.
i 'oinuy, Florida, will months from the i i
publication hereof, ot
be ban, 0.
Dated at Miami, I
day of Oct.. A I). 1971
ROSE WEINd
As Bxi cm
Flrsi mibllcation ol
the lib day of o, tobi i
STEVEN It. BERGER
ai lornev for Batecul11\
660 Bej bold Building
.Miami. Florida 33132
11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 71-4089
in RE: Estate ol
CLAUDIA BCHWARZ
I lee. esi d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor.- and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against baid .
Estate:
You ar, hereby notified and n quir-
ed to pr< si ni any claims id demands
Hindi you may nave againsl the ea-
ts.....f CLAUDIA BCHWARZ de-
ceased !.......i Dads County, Florida,
in the County Judges ui Daue Count}',
and file the same in duel" ale and as
pruvided in Section 7.;:'.'., Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
l) Courthouse in l>ad. County, Flo-
rida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of, or the same will be barred.
Dated al .Miami, Florida, this Mill
day of October, A.D. lSTl,
MARILYN BERIJNBR
As Administratrix
Pirsl publication of tins notloe on
Ihe 22nd da) of I ictober, IBT1,
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Administratrix
1406 Biscayne liuildim:,
Miami. Florida
I0/2S-M 11/C-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is llKltnuY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of Rl.'URA PROPERTIES at .1880 So.
Dixie Highway. So. Miami, Fla. In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
RAY BERRIN
REUBEN BEKGSTBIN
l". l -S-15-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (IIYEN a
the undersigned, desiring
in business under the f|ct
of EL MESON MAORII.KA'fi H
s..uthwest sth Btreet, Miami, Pii,,
Intends to register said num. a 'h u
i'lerk of the Circuit Court of Da
County. Florida.
Kl Meson Madrlli no
By: Emilio Marqui z
Ixila MariiU' s
HERBERT WALL
Attorney for Emilio ami !
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RUDY'S I.A1NDRY AND LINEN
SUPPLY COMPANY at 1067 B.W.
-'7th Avenue. Miami, Fla intends p.
register s;,i,| nnme uiili the i'lerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
RODOLFO PRIETO
i" 1-8-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA//
\i II II '(. IS rlEREHl i
the unilci siencd. deslrlliR .i
in business unil. lib. l
il HARitY W. GRAFF 31 D u
I'oiit 1'laza i eiii.i, M [ami. Fl
tends tu register said uam
Clerk of the Circuit Court o( i
Counrv. Florida
HARRY W. GRAFF. M.D \
8PABBBU, ZEMEL, ROSK
lll'.ll-ll.'-X.N l-.l. I A
Attorneys for applicant
urn N. Blsca) ne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
_____1" 8-1 ...!
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 71-17850
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVi'.i
(NO PROPERTY)
IN RE:
THE MARRIAGE OF SEYM'i I
KAMINS, huabund and DoKIs
KAMl.N'SKY, wife.
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OP MARRIAGE
TO: DORIS KAM1N8KY
Dover Plains, New York
Yini are hereby notified tii ,t
a,-lion for Dissolution of .Marr. ,^e
been filed RJEalUM vou and nsj
required to file your written del
if any. ,m BANDLBR s> SAN
P.A., Attorneys for Petitioner,
address is :M3 Initraliani Bll
Miami. Florida and file Ihe or
with the Clerk of the above I
Court, on or before Novell
hWl, otherwise a default will be
lered analnst you for the r.i ef
manded in the complaint, or petitNH
I This Notice shall be publish) I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desirinir to engage in
business under the fictitious name nf
Kl.MMEI. CONSTRICTION at 2143
N E MS Terrace. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with
the I'lerk of Die lirciiit Courl of Dade
County, Florida.
STANLEY KIMMEI.. President
RICHARD GROSS
606 Lincoln Road
Miami li.aeh, Fla.
Attorneys for Stanley Kimmel
10/22-29 11 ;-12
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
71-18334
PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE: THE M \!:i;l v;i: I IF
I.UIS FRA S'CISCO G L'AI.DA,
Husband, n ml
DOROTHY LEE OUM DA, V.
TO: I 'NCIKCO OUALDA
Avel ui

You, I.I'IS 1 CO tl.DA,
i '. :
. d againsl j ou, and you are n quired
in
I Pi n oi the Pi ti-
tltloner's atti rney, Sol Al rndei I
I Fll gl< 1 SI SU e
and file tl
Answi r i Plead ng in the ol
the l llerk i f thi Circull !oun on or
\'ov. nib, .
If you fail to do si. Judgment by de-
fault will be taken againsl you for thi
relief demanded In the Petition.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this 2Srd day of September
a n 1971.
E. I!. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: c P. COPELAND
Denuty Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
10/1-3-15-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of DADBI.AND PROFESSIONAL
BUILDING ai 94.Y1 South Dixie High-
way, Miami Florida intends to regis-
ter said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dado County, Flor-
ida.
FII1RE PILE. INC.
B.v: BERT S M'l., President
RICHARD AL GROSS
fiOR Lincoln Road
Miami Reach, Florida
Attorneys for Fibre Pile, Inc.
Phone: :.3R-34t
10/22-29 11/3-11
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
NO. 71-19205
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIACE
IN RE: THE MARRIAGE I IF:
CHARLES HAFLEY, Husband
and
I.II.I.IE RUTH II VFLEY, I
TO: I.II.I.IF. RUTH HAr I EY
!: i i
K HEREBY NOTIFIED
i
ii .s been filed againsl y. u ai d
quired to set ,,,,..
' '' n-es. If Bny to It
DAVID i: STONE, ol STONE A
HI.N LAW OFFICES
ney foi whose ndiln I0l
N W. I2TH A\ I'M i:, MIAMI, Fl \
rili the original with the
' the al .. myled courl on
)ov. l.'. 1971; otherwise a
;"'"" ll be entered against you
tor the rebel demandi d in the com-
plaint or letition.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for tour consecutive u-eeba
in Till: JEWISH FLOHIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the seal
;' "aid court al Miami, Florida on
(ll Is- I. day of ( l, | | HT I
E IV LEATHERMAN,
\s i'lerk. Circull Court
Dade County, Florida
Hy It. M. KIS8EE
. As n,'uly Clerk
(( Ircull (Hurt Seali
DAVID E STONE. ES< i
I'll N.W. 12th Avenue
.Miami. Florida 33130
Attorney for Petitioner
_________ I" B-1B-22-23
each w,ek, for four consecutive
In THE JEWISH FUlUIDIAN
WITNESS my band .....I til-
this Court at Miami, Florida
js day of September, 1971.
B B. LEATHERMAN
as I'lerk of (he Circuit Cm
1 lade County. Florid.'
By i' P COPELAND
As I leput)
SAND1 BR ^- sa\|i|.i:i;. r .
l.t Ingraham Bull
Miami. Florida I I]
174-8196

wees
'.
NOTICE OF APPLICAT
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722Acts of '
File No 71 A 533
NOTICE IS Hi:
w alter Green .v i
his |fe holder ol Cnu
Cert I flea I No 74 I
day of May, A D
In my office, and '
.....u for a tan deed i
on 8s Id i'
i
| 'ounty of i ladi S
lo wl t:
SWly 12.6 rt Lot I !
Blk I, Per ITi
Com,iv Dated
I m srn

i lade, state of F
e be iasui d nuh
' in ly taxi nd 1
Th
tinier the raid cerllfii
ol Cu:t\ Sark I
deemed according to I
erty des. rlhed herein
the highest bidder for
Courthouse door on tne first
In the rvnth of No>
which is the 1st ,i
'Wl i
Dated this 28th da] nf 8
lt7l.
E R LEATHERS! U
Clerk of Circuit C< UI
Dade County. Florins
By P. F. OULDSTRAND. J<
'Circuit Court Seal)
j
i [
I
u-
i
1
il
1(1 I.8-1S-8
NOTICE UNDER
. F|CTITIOUS NAME LAW
notch is HEREBY GIVEN thai
'".""'''sinned, desiring .o ,;
Of PHa'bim'I ,'^, nctlOous' name
KAT7MAV''", v'nT.MAX ,,n'1 ''KAN
Ml l-irs. Street, .Miami Beach Fl..
,t ;t,i" M,r1^'-r""' ""'" '"
cou:,';"i.'i:;1:;;;;,,,'u" ""'< "-'
JEAN k'.vTzmx
RONALD^.%|^8KATaiAM
Attorney f..r Jean Katsman
lv/St-il n ;,.i-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OB :N WJJ
the undersigned, desiring !' ,,,":'"-' ,<
business under Ihe flctltlOUt ,'m' .,,,
THE SOCIADI.ES al Suit* "'-a'
Lincoln Road. Miami lies ,
33139 Intends In regls..... ; \ "' ro.(
with the Clerk of the in'' HI' Jr
Dade ('ounty. Florida .
CHAHI/VTTE ARRAi "
S.de Owner
PAUL KW1TNEY of
KWITNEV and Klitii'l'
Attorney for Applicant
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Pta t\* ..:i


jILcv October 22, 1971
vJewisti tier Mian
Page 15-B
LtCAl NOTKI
fc THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
I" ,T|M*..D FOR DADE COUNTY,
,N c ORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 71-4200
.OHM R- BLANTON
te:! KKLAIITTEIt
".....NOTICI TO CREDITORS
.'!" i.....sand All Panwni Hav-
V, ,,, Demands Against Bald
fv''!,' hereby notified and requlr-
,,,;.. ni nn] chums and demands
Li i,\ a may have against the es-
Kiof "":l:is |,|:I!I ML;TTS2 ','"
I',.,i ..I Dade County, Florida.
'',, r yntj Judg.-a of Dade Comity.
l.i rili the sume In duplicate and
""* I" *'""" 7:!:1";- KIO,",u"
aiuii- in their offices I" tin- Coun-
u ,. ii Dade County, Flo-
, .; H| nl.ndar months from
I lie find publication here
,,iii. w ill !" barred.
Miami, Florida, this 7lh
iber. A l> 1171.
ZAKKTM OBBRACH
A- I\\.-. lltri\
hid i*tlm of this notice on
I uf 11.-tniiiT. 1971.
tftSf UN a mm.I BR
:i..... i Bxecutrtat
\\, maier Street
Ida
l I5-M-38 ll :.
tin*
... il
|n. ii
..( i
I
r.i
NO" CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
|\u-ri IS HEREBY (IIVEX that
u |i lgne
desiring to engap;e
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
justness under the fictitious name of
DOVE APARTMRNTH at 7::27 Byron
Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida Intend
to register wild 'name with the Clerk
I Hi. "Circuit Court of Dade Counts,
Florida.
a IIE.VJAMIN SPERLING
i" MOLLY SPEP.I.I.NC.
NELSON ti FELDMAN
\t lornrys for
Benjamin & Molly Sperling
ll::". Kane Miami Bench. Fla. 3SIS4
W3-371C
10 g.15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBV (KVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ii business under the fictitious name
of r.AIS FASHIONS at 3006 N.W
Hith Street, .Miami. Pitt, intend to re-
gister said name with ihe Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dude County, Florida
IRA IDA HERNANDEZ
AMPARl l-ACOSTA
FRANCIRCA A LtlBKO
in 15-22-29 11 '5
under the fictitious name
PI .ASTER at ::7"2 8 W
... .Miami. Florida intend tn
. il name With the Clerk of
Court of Dade County.
llll
K li
1 A v.'l
|gis(<
I.DEKTO AIjO.NSO
i CISCO HERNANDEZ
in.15-22-29 11 '
NOT CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
| IS HEREBY GIVEN that
gned, desiring t engage
liusiin under the fictitious name
SI V '- TOWN al IDs NIC. 163rd
i ih Mlnml Beach, Fla. In-
gister said name with the
1 i 'ircull Court of Dade
Ida.
HARI.RS SI.\K IN
l.OI'IH DRAMIN
in '15-22-29 11 ".
NOT.CE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i lulled, desiring to engage
liii-n under the fictitious name
KXPOSITION COORDINATORS al
: S w 18th Street, Miami. Florida
register said name with
f Clel ili Circuit Court of Dade
uiiiy, Florida
SAM F. 1 KVITEX
ICIIAEL P. CHASE
i.it m,.\ tor Sam K I evlten
10 s U Third AvellUe
i Ida I3H29
i" 15-22-29 il '5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 71-19774
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN RE: The Marriage of
UVTHONBY .I BOMMARITO,
Husband,
and
DONNE A, BOMMARITO, Wife
V'U' ANTHONEY J HOMMAHITO.
residence unknown ARE HEREBY
NOTIFIED to file your written defense
to this Petition for Dissolution of
Marriage with the Court s Clerk and
lerve a rop) upon Plaintiff's Attor-
neys, VON ZAMFT A SMITH, 1611
Capital Bank Bldg., Miami. Florida
.ii or before Ihe 28th day of Novem-
.o-r. 1971, els,- the Complaint will he
taken as confessed
DATED: letober 14. l!'7i
i: R LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
Bj R M KlSSEE
Deputy Clerk
,i "Ircull Court Seall
in I.-.-22-29 11 ".
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 83723
IN RB: Estate of
HARRY D. I.ECCHTAC
11. ceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai i
have filed my Final Report ami I'.ti-
iion lor Distribution and Final Dis-
churKe as Ex.cuior nf 111. .slate of
HARRY D. LBIK'HTAG, deceased:
and that on (he I "Mi .lay of November,
IW1, will apply i,. the Honorable
Counts Judges of Dade County. Flo-
rida, for approval of said Final He-
port and for distribution and final
discharge as Bxecutor of the estate
of the a hove-named dpcedent. This
>th day or October, 1971.
SIDNEY A. I.ANC. Bxecutor
MYERS, KAP1 AN. PORTER.
I ,EVINSON & K E NIN
\ : KDWIN M. GINSBURG
Altorile\
Suiti SU4-1150 8.W. First Street
Miami. Florida ::::! 311
I" 16-22-29 II '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3579 (Dowling)
111 KB: Estnte of
JAMES M. RE1I1
I leceascd,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es
ia>e of JAMES M ItEID ........nsed
late "i Dadi County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733. IS. Florida St a I
iit.-s. in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dnde County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the flrsi publication hereof, or
the same will be barred
Dated ..t .Miami. Florida, this Oth
da}' of i .ctolier A.D 1971
UEKAIJ) 811. VERM AN
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 15th day of October, 1971.
GERALD SILVERMAN
Attorney for Administrator
jln Itnherts Building, .Miami. Florida
in 1.1-22-29 11 .'.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-18770
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RK
The Mai rlagi I 'i
SI BAN I'AVIS, i'etltl.....ir-Wlfe
ami
ci.ll'l'i iliD l> I'AVIS. Respondent-
HUshi.....
TO: CI.IFFi >I!D D. I'AVIS
i:.t East Hillside Bond
Burrington, Illinois
VOP ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai an a.-lion lor Dissolution ol
Marriage has been filed against you
and you ale iei|uire.l to serve a <>!>
oi* your written defenses, it any. In
it on HOWARD F. ("I,I..MAN. attor-
ney i"i Petitioner, whose address Ii
ISO l.in. ..In I. iud Mianc [teach, Flor-
ida, and tile the original with the
lerl, of the above styled court on oi
before November 12th. Ili'l; other-
wise a default will )>. entered agnlnsi
you for the relief demanded in ih.
. I'lllplalnl or petition.
This noii.e shall I..- published one.
each week for four consecutive weeki
in Till: JEWISH F1J1RIDIAN
WITNESS my hand and the
-aid court al .Miami, Florida
29th du> nf ScptcmbiT. 1971
I." B. I.EATHERMAN,
\v i "lei k, Circuit Court
I tad.- Count) Florida
By D I.. CURRY
As I 'ei.uiy Cl.-rk
n 'ircuil "oltrt Seall
ii' i w \l:l i F It I..MAN
860 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorn. \ for I'etltloner
al ol
llus
LEGAL NOTKE
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given thai
I. uialersiisne.l. desirlnK to engage .
busUu v- under the fictitious names
nuns CAi:s.\r:s. jci.ics
\KSAlfS RESTAl'RANT at 4*01 E
It Al.. j... Hial.ah. Florida intends j
said names with the Clerk.
the Circuit CuUl'l of Dade Couillv. '
iin Ids
-' FLORENCE I.CS.MIDI
K.VRY .1 WATTZKIN
for Florence I ll-.mli
in .i-t Street
llaiui Beach, Florida 31141
10/16>tt- 11 "
N IIIK cuiNTY JI'DGE-8 COURT
N \ \ 1 Fol< DADE COUNTY. FI.o-
dl>A Mi., 71-t-ii.ii. NOTICE TO
REI lARIl HEILMAN HAASE. a k a
BltltY It HAASE n/lt a CKIlHAKIt
IASSR, Deceased
You a., required within ; calendar
from the first publication of
to file ill the above Court,
a writing under oath, ami in dupli-
Bte, nil] claim or demand which you
' hi laini to have against Ihe Es-
"i tiEKHARD HERMAN HAASE.
JERRY' R ll VASE, n k a OER-
Mtl) HA88B, deceased, otherwise
nil- w III tie barret:
MARIA HELENE HAASE.
Administratrix
Him Puhlientlon October 16, 1971
10 16-22-29 11 ."
NOTICE UNDEpTfictITIOUS
x. NAME LAW
. M'll'K is HEREBY GIVEN that
il i -;imed. desiring to engage
in nil-Hi..... under the fictitious name
oi IONTRACT ASSOCIATES at 12777
1 Needle Lone, Miami. Florida
". intend to register said name
Hill the Clerk of the Chvuit Curt
1 '' County. Florida.
'AMES PI NOUS ."'.
i....11ki-oi:e\ce i'|ii\ so?;
A\ ID DRI'CXRR, ESQ.
Aii.ii-iiey t..r Contract Associates
; I '" a. Road
Miami Bea< ii. Florida 33139
__ ____ L0/U-32-2S ll :.
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
,,,..,,. NAME LAW
^Tl( I. is HEREBY GIVEN that
' undersigned, deKiring to engage
,',"","" under the fietitions name
'"'..iN-I.W, DAKEHY at 1432 N.F.
11 Mivii, Norln Milim|, F1., ,n.
ni- to teglstec said name with the
r.a... '",.,"" CrcUH Court of Dade
"Ullly, Hi,r|(|;,.
Ilkvov 5VAL2FR ANORE8S
"KMl\ NORTON
ailorney for applicant
'"""" lUlikflag, Miami, Fla.
_____ 1", IS'22-29 11 .".
NOTICE UNDER fTcTITIOuT
V. t. .. NAME LAW
.;' ]"J >- .IS HEREBY GIVEN that
' mid. i inec 1. desiring to .-ngag..
o. SSI*"."?1 u"<1"'1' fictitious names
P\ni- \ K f'vVID MEMORIAL
,,,{;,.."w "'' MOUNT NEBO SOl'TH
u. ;r M..I-NT x,.;ll() CEMETERY
-- 'ii ..t number 6M0 Southwest
,;'; A\e. in ,h,. citj 0| Miami. Flo.
ttith i "'. '" register the said name
Bad. ,,,rk '' ''"- '"""" Court of
' '- OUnty Florida
. m .Miami. Florida, this Oth
"> "I h lober, ihti
-xl"' NT NRBO CEMETERY, INC.
By: Stanley Myers
Pn -idelil
*itei: Kenneth M Myers
' \, tor Aimlicant
"'. Florida S3130
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3535
In RB: Estate of
DOROTHY I'.I.ISS BRBITBART
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any I.um- and demand:
which you may have against in. es-
tate oi ihiHOTIIV BlISS BRE1T
BART deceased late of Dud.- County,
Florida, to the County Judgar I
Dade Count) .itn^ file the sum.. In
duplicate and as provided In Section
733.10, Florida Statures. In their of-
fices in the County Courthouse in
IV.d County. Florida. within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or ihe same
Will he hailed
Dai.d at Miami. Florida, this I till
day of October. A.I>. 1971.
M. JACK BRETT-HART
As Executor
First publication of this notice
the t.th day of Octoher, 1971.
CAIDIN ROTHBNBERQ. KOOAN
* KORNBf.UM
Attorneys for Executor
I7t88 N E 19th Avenue
North Miami Bench, Florida 33182
lu U.-22-S9 11
on
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4235 (Primml
n RE Estate of
HARRY I. KAOAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
t.i All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereh) notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may hav against the es-
tate of HARRY I.. KAOAN deceased
int.- iii Dade County, Florida, to the
Count; Judges Of Dade County, and
file Ihe same in dun!I vided in Section ".:::. Hi. Florida Statu-
tes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florid...
within six calendar months from the
lino .1 the first publication hereof, i.r
the same wilt he haired
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Sth
du> of I letober A.D. 1971.
Jefferson National Dank ol
Miami Beach
r:..l Arthur Godfre) Road
.Miami Reach. Florida 3814C
A- Executor
hirst publication of this ....ti,.....i
ih. i.-.th day of October, 1971.
Elliott Harris
Attorney for Executor
7145 Collins Avi-., Miami I'., a. Ii
""", in 1,-22-29 I.:.
in S-13-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3885
(FRANK B. DOWLING)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estati ..|
SHIRLEY STERNHERO
I lecea-ed
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim.- >i Demands Agalnsl Snld
Estate:
Sou are hereby notified and re-
luir-d i" present mij claims and de-
mands which v -ii may have against
the estal..... sHlitl KY STERNIIKRG
.1.-. ...-.-.I late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dad.- Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.16,
Florida Statutes, III their officer In
the Count) Courthouse In Dad.- Coun-
ty, Florida, within -i\ calendar months '
from the time of the first publication
hereof, r Ihe same will be barred.
Dai.d at .Miami. Florida, this 29th
flay ot September, A D. 1971.
s I.OI'IS STBRNRERG
As Bxecutor
First publication of this notice on
the ML dav of October, 1971.
'S' JOSHPH SCMMIFi:
Attorney for Executor
tMir. I.iii.oin Road
Miami lleach Fla.
in l-1.'.-22-29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
71-18602
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN RE:
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
ol
JOHN RICHARD MORRISON,
Husband |
and
Dolt' 'Til V MA Y I.A.NOI i.NE
MORRISON, Wile i
TO: DOROTHY MAY LANGONE
MORRIS) IN
Box 174
Millcrsvillc. Mary la ml
yOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that n suit for Dissolution of Mar-
riage has been filed against you by
JOHN ItlCHAKD MORRISON, and
you are hereby required t<> serve 1
copy of your answer or other dcf.11-
she pleadings upon MARTIN I.KM
I.ich. Attorney for Husband, 6841
lliseaync Boulevard, Miami, Florida,
53137, and to file the original thereof
with the Clerk of ihe above-styled
Court on or before November 1. 1971
..r else a Default will be entered
agalnsl you.
Dated this -'7 day >f September,
Ml.
K l: LEA THERM AN, CLERK
BY D. puty Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Seall
Id 1-x.1-.-j2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 71-3080
(Dowling)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Estate of
HARRT I.. HANSLEY
l leceased
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Kstale:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mnj have against
Ihe estate of HARRY L HANBLEY
.lei-eased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same m dupli-
cate and as provided in Section ".: : -
16, Florida Stntutes, in their offices
hi ihe Count) Courthouse in Dnde
County, Florida, wlthli siv calendar
111I1- from th.
publication hereof,
I '
inn. of the
or the sain
haired
I hi ted at .Miami. Fli 1 In,
da> of September, A P 1971.
ABE Ot H.DHERG
\-- Bxecutor
First publication of this
the I dav nf Octoher. 1971.
ANNETTE FRIEDMAN
\ 1 torney for Executor
7532 \V. Treasure tiri\.
North Ba) \illau. Flu
first
.. 1
this 22nd
lu 1-S-1--22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-4364
[11 RB: Bstate of
SAM PROVENZA
1 teceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and 1.....Hir-
ed to present nil) I laim- and demands
I which you may hav. against the es-
tate of SAM PROVENZA deceased
I late of Dad. County, Florida, to the
County Judges nf Dade County, and
' file Ihe same In duplicate and n pro-
vided in Section 7:':: 10, Florida statu-
tes, III their offi.es ill the COUnt)
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of th.- first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
da) of Octoher. A.D. M1
DOMINIC CI'CINA
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the ISUl day of Octoher. 1971.
CAIDIN. ItOTIIENI'.HHG. KOOAN
* KORNItl.CM
404 Bisrayn. I'.irMr
Attorneys- for the Estate
Miami. Florida
In 13-22-** 11'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N.iTIci: IS HRRBBY GIVEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring m engage in
business under the fictitious name ni
COREY APARTMENTS nt !3i Byron
Avenue. .Miami Bench. Florida In-
tend to register said name with the
Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court Of Da.le
Ci. ml V Florida
s BENJAMIN SPKRI IN'.
- M< H I Y SPBRLI NO
SELSi IN A FBLDMAN
Attorneys fot
Ben i.imin ft Molly Sperling
113B Kane Concourse
Miami Bench. Fin. S31S1
m "" 19 -ir..2!-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3131 (PRIMM)
CORRECTED NOTICE
TO CREDITORS
In RH: I'M.it-- of
I'.i ISE MITCHEL SIMON
Deceased ;
To All Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing Claim.- in Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You aie hereby notified ami re-
quired lo i.i.-.lit any claims and de-
mands which vou mn) hnve ncalnst
h. e int.- of ROSE MITCHEL SIMON
leceased late of Dade Count) Flor-
ida in the County Judges Dade
Counlv. and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section 7M.1A. I
Florida Si.'lutes, in their offices in
tn.. Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida within six calendar months
Horn lite I'm. of th.- first publication
.1:
leol.
lmt<
v of
. the smie will be barred
I at Miami. Florida, tlli-
August, A D. 1 JT t
IRVING Al DIM:T
As Bxecutor
i-'ii' tiu'iiieaiion of this notice ^
the sth dav of 1. 1..her. 11.71
.TEPEW \v. >:\ssf\- A .ii:ri:w ay
Mx JOSEPH 0VSSBN
Attorn, v for Exaeulnr
619 Dad. Federal Bldg,
in R-1S.
|9th I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice IS HBREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In bushiest undder the fictitious name*
1,1 HOVEFINDEHS. SOUTHERN
HOMBFINDERS, HOMEF1NDERS OF
VMERH'A. HOMBFINDERS "F
|.-ioi:iD.\ at 242'. Blscnyne Blvd..
Miami. Florida intends to registl r snld
names with the Cl.rk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Conic. Florida.
JOHN SHIP I
STONE A- SOSTCHIN
Attorney for John Sgro
|.H N.\Y 12th Avonne
Miami. Florida :::!!""
In -1.'.-2l-29

I", 15-22-29 11 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71-3569
In RB: Fslate Of
Fl ORBKCE ZIEOLBR OL.U h.
1 teceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All persons Hay-
ini; Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstate:
You in- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
Which you 111:11 have against the estate
of FLORENCE ZIEOLBR OUCh de-
,..i>.d late of Dade County. Florida,
to the (.'..untv Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in dUpllcnte and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes iii their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dade l*ounty, Plo.
rida. within six calendar months from
the time >! the first publication here-
of, or the same w ill he barred
Daled at Miami. Florida. Uns 12th
dav of 1 l.-tober, A.D. 1971
KORTENSE V. THAI,
a- Bxecuttix
Find publication of this noii.e on
the 15th dnj of 1 1.-ion. 1. 1971.
HOWARD R HIKSCll
attorney for Exeeutrlx
Florida 3214 ,, .
in 13-22-29 11 ..
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HHRBXTY GfVBN that
ihe undersigned, deslrmg to engage In
business under the flellllnus name of
INTERNATIONAL LIGHTING CRN-
TEi: at Miami. Dade County, Florida,
Intends m register said name wth
(he Olirk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES INC..
. if PI 1IRI1 >A
\\k r.en.ie Weintiauh. I'l.-idont
HARRIS A SIRKIN. P.A.
Attorneys for Apnllonnl
l-ih Floor Dad. Federal Bldg.
Miami, Florida 33131
|ii v |3 22-21'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
NO. 71-9251 (DOWLINGI
NOTICE" TO CREDITORS
IN RB:
Estate .1
VIOI.A Al. SOLES.
I e TO ALL CREDITORS AND
PERSONS HAVING CI.AI.MS
DEMANDS AGAINST THE
ESTATE:
You are hereby notified ana re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
ih.- estate of VIOLA M. BOLES, de-
ceased in.- .a Dad. County, Florida.
to the Count) Judges of Dade Com
and til. the -am.- in duplicate
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 71-18987
ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION
OF MARRIAGE
IN RB:
SARA HERNANDEZ.
Wife
and
JOSE I.CIS HERNANDEZ.
Husbund.
TO: JOBE II IS HERNANDEZ
424 Bast -Ninth Street (Apt. No. !>)
New York. N.-w York li'O.v.i
YOU ARE HBRBBV NOTIFIED
that an action for Dissolution of Mar-
riage ha.- been filed agnlost you and
you are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses. If any. to It
.11 MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN, at-
torney for Petitioner, whose address
is :i?::7 s \V. Eighth Street, Suit. 109
Miami. Florida 33134 and file the
original with the clerk of ihe above
-vied court on or before November
S. 1971: otherwise a default will be
entered acaiiisl \..|i for the relief de-
manded in the romnlnlnt or petition.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four con^e.-iuiv.* weeks
iii Till-: JEWISH FIjORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and the seat
of said court al Miami. Florida on
this 4'h day "i" < letober. 1971.
E. H I BATHERMAN,
As 1 ierk. Circuit Curt
1 1...... C.ilnM-. Florida
N A. HBWBTT
As Doput) Cl.rk
(l 'iri'tllt Court Seal 1
FI'IEDM AN AND I IPl "I IN
:7::7 S W. S Street, Suite 1119
Miami. Florid 1 :'.! '. 1 (116-MS.i I
Viiornev for Petitioner
MARVIN ROSS FRIEDMAN
in R-1S-2S-29
All.
OR
S.MD
, ,.. n -. .....
County, l-'i'.i Ida
MORTON S NOTARIUw. i.i.
SPAHHER, ZBMEI.. BOSKIN A
HEILHHONNB1I f \
Al li.i IV ) I'm Appli.-ant
in.1 \ Bli a) ii' Boulevard
Miami, FL.1 Ida
in 8-15
provide.I in Section 733.16. Florida
I Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
I ty Courthouse In Dad.- County. Plor-
lila. within six calendar nsxilhs from
' the time of the first publication her.
I of. or the same will he barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida. Ibis 4 day
of 1 Ictoh.l. 1971.
CAIDIN. ROTHBNBBRG. KOOAN
Ki i|:NHI I'M
Attorne) s for Ihe Estate of
Viola M. Boles
.:ic. [Useas ne Building
Miami. Florida 33130
T.-l.: :t7!'-l7.-.4
Kan.-it Al Rothellberg
10 R-llt-32-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\nTicF is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
.1 GOLDEN TOUCH al >i'.'M Collins
Avenue, .Miami Reach. Dade Cumy
Florida int. mis lo register said name
., |th ;ii 1 -|, k of the 'Ircull Court ol
I .a.le CoUllt.l Florida
CLEM C' .1:1'
II) M" rlon Gnrflnkel
l'l. ideal
llll 'II VKI1 & (iRI IBS
Viinrn. v- for Applicant
i'.x: .1. ii) A tiros*
in J-16-22-29
NOTICE OF ACTION
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE
(NO PROPERTY)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTON NO. 71-17536
ACTON FOR DSSOLUTON
OF MARRIAGE
IN RE:
and as | JOYCE ANN HAVENS, Petitioner
id
JOHN Al. HAVENS, Respondent
Tt ': Jl H1N Al. HAVENS
Itesideii. unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an notion tor Dissolution m Mar-
riage has been filed against you and
you are required to serve n copy of
mur written defenses, if any, to it on
HOWARD F. l'l.I..man. attorney fot
Petitioner, whose ad.lre-s is ::.".(! Lin-
coln ltd. .Miami Beach, Florida, and
file th.- original with the clerk of the
above styled court ..11 or before No-
vember 12th. 1971; otherwise a de-
fault will be entered ntainst you for
the r.li.t demanded in (ll......mplnint
or petition
This notice shall be published oncu
each week lor four consecutive U.el.S
111 THE JEWISH FIJORIDIAN.
WITNESS my hand and th. seal
..1* said court at Miami, Florida **n
this 4th day of 1 > t 1971
E B LBATHBRMAN,
Al Cl.rk. circuit Court
I lad.- County, Florida
Bj K M. KtSSBK
\ Deputy Clerk
(Circuit '..1111 Seal 1
HOWARD I" II I.MAN
Vttornej for Petitioner
"."in Lincoln Rd
Miami Reai h, Fla
1" S-Ki-22-tS


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Friday, October 22,1971
FREE! ADDITIONAL 200 lt STAMPS
'"*** #Mr-r* *-5?=5-X TO HELP FILL UP YOUR
,op,,co,cE-wKteJi MERCHANTS... STAMPS tOOKS
STRIPS
NEW
YORK
= FOR THE
HOLIDAY
= GIFTING SEASON ,"
2= WITH THIS COUPON &
FREE
STAMPS
your purchases J MERCHANTS GREEN\tau**
OR MORE
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
OFFER AVAILABLE
IN DAOE. BROWARD &
MONROE COUNTIES ONLY?
ro.oWs- '.." ... ^

SAVE UP TO 4c GREENWOOD RED CABBAGE OB. _
Sliced Pickled Beets 29c
Nescafe Instant Coffee '.S? $159
SAVE 6c- NONFAT PKGOF8S119
Alba Instant Dry Milk 101 enveis. I
JIFFY CORN
MUFFIN
MIX.........
8V2-OZ.
..PKG.
10
SNOW'S NEW ENGLAND
SAVE 4c
Dinty Moore Beef Stew *?n
Clam Chowder...................!K 39c
69
Hormel Chili.......................!aSf" 55
SUNSHINE UVOZ CIC
Hydrox Cookies.................pkg. 51
WITH NO BEANS
OCTOBER DAIRY FESTIVAL!
FOOD FAIR OR BREAKSTONE 5 CREAMED
COTTAGER-
1-LB.CUP
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE
MRU SATURDAY. OCT.23
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICH'S STORES
EXCLUDING FOOD FAIR KOSHER MARKET b
BARTLETT
PEARS
NORTH
WEST
4 1
TOP
QUALITY
GA FIA GRADE A FRESH ICED
Fryer Breasts wmi.................lb 69c
GA. FLA GRADE A'FRESH ICED
Fryer Whole Legs.................. 69
GA FIA GRADE A' FRESH ICED _
Fryer Drumsticks....................u.H
TOP U.S. CHOICE -WESTERN
CHUCK
ROAST.
.LB.
69
TOP US CHOICE -WESTERN
California Roast ..............ib 99*
$129
TOPO0ALITT CAL'FORN'A
Valencia Oranges 10 bag 69c
GARDEN FRESH FLORIDA GROWN
Cucumbers 3 for Z9c
Whipped Margarine pkg 25c
SAVE 46c AllF.AVORS
"Light 'H Lively" Yogurt 5 LA 99c
FOOD FAIR
Cream Cheese................2 wos B5C
DELICIOUS QUART AA
Flo-Sun Orange Juice......cdnt. 29
m
SUCH ACTION GETS A CLEANER WASH!
I SAVE 28C LB. INTERNATIONAL KOSHER
SALAMI or
BOLOGNA hlblp
liew York Style Pastrami 69^
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
IlLi Jllli
AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS.
ALL LUNCH MEATS & CHEESE SLICED TO TOUR OROER.
59
TOP U S CHOiCE WESTERN
London Broil ihickcutshombh.......is.
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN _
Boston Roast...........................lb79c
FARMER GRAY TOP QUALITY SECOND CUTS ft_
Corned Beef Briskets 89c
SAVE 30-KOSHER ZION KOSHER
12-OZ. PKG.
d J.l ? :s
KNOCKS 79
DELICIOUS WITH FRANKS ., __
Willy's Sauerkraut Mo6 29
39
DELICIOUS WITH FRANKS
Willy's Sauerkrs
POTATO COLE SLAW MACARONI
Horn & Hardart Salads ....!?
ASSORTED FLAVORS HORN & HARDART QZ Mg%r
Parfait Gelatins...................cup 43
DELICIOUS
Master's Sour Cream !S? 39c
ZESTIER ACTION TO EVERY DISH!
| SAVE 26C-LAUNDRY DETERGENT || SAVE 3CK-ON 2 BOTTLES! HEINZ
| CHEER ||s KETCHUP I
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GIANT
49-OZ.
PACKAGE
Lll IT ONE PKG .
PLEA -I ITH
OTHER PURCHASES
OF S7 ( R MORE ,
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
LIMIT 2 BOTTLES. PLEASE
WITH OTHER PURCHASES
OF $7 OR MORE ,
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
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HEAT AND SERVE SEA STAR
nc i minu x"c ocoi I* /%
Fried Fish Sticks 59'
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 10c
FAMILY FROZEN TREAT!
PKG.
ECLAIRS 49
BONUS SPECIAL! $1.29 VALUE!
14-OZ.
BOTTLE
89c VALUE THRIFT PACK
Listerine Toothpaste
FOOD FAIR THIN SLICED
Sandwich Bread
VLB.
LOAF
27'
ORAL
ANTISEPTIC
23'-OZ|Qe
TUBES 119
BONUS SPECIAL! SAVE 14c
FOOD FAIR FRESH BAKED
APPLE
22-OZ
PKG.


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